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Travel to Tanzania and learn about the animals and plants found in the Tarangire National Park.
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Narrator: Tarangire National Park is one of the country’s often overlooked national treasures, yet it is only a couple of hours in Arusha City in an easy stop on the way to the more popular destinations of Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro and the Serengeti.
Stanford Milinga: We are getting to Tarangire National Park which got an area of about two thousand and seven hundred kilometer square, and this park is more famous for the elephants and the big or the longest surviving trees of trees which can survive sometimes up to three thousand years, so inside there, there is a different attractions. We have about four hundred and sixty different bird species including the other animals like lions, leopards, cheetahs and the other wild animals.
On the right, this is the Baobab tree that teacher most talking about. It has got different believes here in Africa’s. Some people say that this is upside down trees, some o the tourist come here maybe around July to the November and fid this tree is drying and then take off the all leaves, so they’ll never ever see the leaves of the Baobab trees, and then it looks like the roots up there. So the other tribes in Africa say that the Baobab is just falling from the God and then the leaves just going down to the ground and then the roots remaining up. That’s the another belief.
Yeah, those are impalas. The male impala with the water bag, so the water bag are just lying down and the male impala between them, so its very rare sometimes to find a single impalas alone. We say that for the animals when they just bond, the thing they were looking for only three major things; your bond, you have to avoid death and then you have to reproduce, so once you reproduce it means that you say okay now, even if you get death its fine for you.
All those zebras almost tired, just grazing by the shades of the trees and then much talking about the zebras when you arriving to the migrations in Serengeti. I don’t want to touch anything for them, yeah, will deal most with the elephants if we come close and the any other animals. Zebras and wildebeests we can have a nice view also in the Serengeti the migration.