One of Kenya’s biggest parks, it is home to huge herds of elephants as well as some unusual antelope species. Fringe-eared oryx, lesser kudu and the long-necked gerenuk can be spotted here.
Tsavo East is flatter and drier than the western part of the park, consisting mainly of semi-arid grassland and savannah. One of Kenya’s largest rivers, the Galana River, flows across its dry plains attracting much of the park’s wildlife, including numerous hippos and crocodiles.
Kudus, waterbucks and dik-diks are also commonly found along the river side. Tsavo East is also home to endangered hirola antelopes and black rhinos.
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