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Kenyan wildlife is diverse in the extreme. From tiny birds that eat seeds, to "The Big Five" - the Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Lion and Rhino, so named because trophy hunters found them the most dangerous.
There are around 300 mammal species (plus 100 bat species) and over 1,100 bird species inhabiting Kenya.
To view this rich biodiversity, one must travel from the extreme cold of the alpine regions, through moist forests, to warm tropical reefs and hot, arid deserts.