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The flora and fauna of Tanzania are unparalleled in diversity in sub-saharan Africa. Habitats vary from the snows of Kilimanjaro to the arid desert of the Masai Steppe. The Eastern Arc Mountain Range has just 2 percent of the land area of Tanzania and is home to around 40% of the species.
Whether you are interested in general wildlife viewing big game, birds, reptiles, amphibians or marine ecosystems Tanzania has amazing natural attractions. In just a short safari it is possible to see many different habitat types by combining forest, savanna and a seaside locations.
Tanzania has been the subject of many wildlife documentaries for good reason and there are a variety of ongoing scientific research projects that Wild Things helps to support.
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Tanzania offers a variety of bird species, perfect for the Bird Watching enthusiast.
This is fantastic fun for all the family and forms a truly different part of any Tanzanian Safari. You head out into the forest at night with your guide and shine torches on the vegetation. Chameleons are very hard to spot during the day (unless you a
Wild Things Primate Safaris in Tanzania are tailormade trips to see the chimpanzees of Mahale and Gombe National Parks, the colobus and mangabey of Udzungwa, and baboons, blue and vervet monkeys and bush babies.
Tanzania offers a magnificent floral diversity.