Kenya

Kenya

The Magic Land

Book - 1988
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From the Taru Desert and the Suguta Valley to the palm-fringed Indian Ocean coastline, from ice-capped Mount Kenya, Africa's second highest mountain to the endless, rolling savannah, Kenya is an area of great natural diversity. Home to more than 80 major species of wildlife, Kenya's conservation programmes cover many areas of protected forest and more than 60 nature sanctuaries containing a wealth of wildlife and lush vegetation. Mankind's earliest known ancestors are said to have originated around Lake Turkana in Kenya's northernmost part; today, 25 years after independence, Kenya is home to more than 40 ethnic groups.
Publisher: Nairobi, Kenya : Westlands Sundries, 1988.
ISBN: 9780370312255
0370312252
Characteristics: 191 p. : col. ill. ; 33 cm.
Additional Contributors: Tetley, Brian
Willetts, Duncan

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