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With more than 4 million wild animals, Tanzania is considered one of the world's leading nature reserves. Tanzania is home to 20% of Africa's mammal population: Zebras, giraffes, elephants, wildebeest, buffaloes, hippos, antelopes and gazelles, but also large predators: lions, cheetahs and leopards. Birds are also widely represented in Tanzania: more than a thousand species including: kingfishers, hornbills and flamingos.
Where cattle, man and wild animals live together, Tanzania is probably one of the largest and most famous theaters of wilderness in a setting where the plains, savannas, and mountains are preserved in their purest state.
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