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Wildebeest
Wildebeest, also called gnus, are members of the antelopefamily. They are related to oryxes and gazelles. A wildebeest can grow to 2.4 meters (8 feet) in length, and weigh up to 270 kilograms (600 pounds). Wildebeest typically inhabit the Serengeti plains of southeastern Africa. For most of their lives, wildebeest graze in the grassy savannas and open woodlands of the plains, which straddle the nations of Tanzania and Kenya.
Giraffes
Giraffes are the world's tallest mammals, thanks to their towering legs and long necks. A giraffe's legs alone are taller than many humans—about 6 feet . These long legs allow giraffes to run as fast as 35 miles an hour over short distances and cruise comfortably at 10 miles an hour over longer distances.
Zebra
Zebras are social animals that spend time in herds. They graze together, primarily on grass, and even groom one another. Plains zebras are the most common species. They live in small family groups consisting of a male (stallion), and several females, and they're young. These units may combine with others to form awe-inspiring herds of thousands of headstrong, but family members will remain close within the herd.
Lion
The king of the African savannah will leave you with an unforgettable recollection of viewing a pride of lions in their natural habitat. Tanzania is home to some massive lion prides that are relatively easy to spot Because lions are sociable Animals they live in pride. Females hunt more than males in a group although most will cheerfully scavenge if given the opportunity as their favorite activity is napping under a tree which they do for roughly 20 hours a day!
Leopard
They have a magnificent coat and stride with an elegant grace the leopard often known as ‘The Prince of Darkness ‘ This is the Big Five’s most reclusive and mysterious member Leopards are masters of hide and seek if they don’t want to be spotted they can blend in flawlessly. A leopard reclining on a tree branch is the most common sighting in the Serengeti. They like to hang out on the giant branches of the sausage tree.
Cape Buffalo
The buffalo is not the laid-back wild cow you may imagine: it is one of Africa’s most dangerous animals, with few predators. Lions always do their best to try to capture a calf, but they will almost certainly pay the price later when an enraged herd retaliates. Buffalo need water on a day-to-day basis, hence they are frequently located around a waterhole.
Elephant
It’s the largest terrestrial animal on the planet and witnessing one in its native habitat is awe inspiring. These grey giants prowl the Tanzania’s grasslands before disappearing into the woods. Female elephants live in tight knit tribes with family ties lasting up to 50 years. After 12 years males often quit the tribe to roam alone or form bachelor herds Elephants are known to frequent waterholes near lodges.
Rhino
The rhino is a pre notable heavyweight tipping the scales at 2 500 kilos. There are two sorts of rhinos in Africa the highly contrasting rhino as you would expect the white rhino isn’t white yet dark like the others. The name ‘white’ was misjudged after early Dutch pilgrims utilized the word ‘wijd’ wide alluding to its expansive lips Sadly the rhino has a horn.
Cheetah
The cheetah is the world's fastest land mammal. With acceleration that would leave most automobiles in the dust, a cheetah can go from zero to 60 miles an hour in only three seconds.
Flamingo
Flamingos are famous for their bright pink feathers, stilt-like legs, and S-shaped neck. In Tanzania lake natron is home to many flamingo

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