It is a country located on the east coast of Central Africa famous for its extensive wildlife areas. Its name comes from the union of “Tanganica” and “Zanzibar”. The current Tanzania was born on April 26, 1964, when Tanganyika, which had formed the German colony of German East Africa and then passed into British hands at the end of World War I, became independent on December 9, 1961 and the Republic of Zanzibar , which achieved its independence from the British crown on December 10, 1963, were united into a single State. It is considered the best destination on the continent for safaris, as it jealously preserves nature sanctuaries that are home to the largest concentration of wildlife that still remains on Earth. It has approximately 29% of the species of large mammals in Africa, which are found in reserves, conservation areas, marine parks and seventeen national parks spread over more than 42,000 square kilometers, which represents approximately 38%. of the national territory. National parks are also part of Tanzania's wetlands. Wild animals tend to graze in these wetlands, particularly those water-loving species such as hippos, waterbuck, warthogs, elephants, crocodiles, and sitatunga antelope, as well as waterfowl such as flamingos and ducks.

Programs at Tanzania

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