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Did you know that Zebras sleep while standing?...

Unlike most animals that look for comfortable places and lie down, the Zebras sleep while standing.

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Despite moving long distances, hippos don’t...

Most of Uganda’s water bodies are home to these hippos. They spend the whole day cooling their bodies in water.

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Kidepo has the real lion king of the jungle...

Lions are social animals and this clearly shows a behavior of a real king.

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Cheetahs can run faster than a car

Cheetahs are known to be the fastest land animals in the world but did you know that their speed can not be compared to that of an auto mobile?

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Pearl of Africa: Uganda's Rothschild giraffe...

When fully grown, giraffes measure up to 6 meters in height,the weight goes up to 2,800 pounds but the males weigh more than the females.

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The interesting lifestyle of an ostrich

In Uganda, Ostriches are found in Kidepo valley National Park. Kidepo is located in the north Eastern part of the country.

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Museveni calls upon Ugandans to embrace,...

“On 6th October, Uganda will host the Conservation and Tourism Investment Forum and will call on international partners to invest in our conservation and...

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Understanding elephants in Uganda

According to Tumwesigye, the elephants under captivity must walk for 3 to 4 times a day. This keeps their joints in motion.

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Pearl of Africa: Meet the Ugandan Kob

The Ugandan Kob is so dear to Ugandans that is why it is featured on the coat of arms.

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Pearl of Africa: Ssezibwa Falls

The experience, the atmosphere, the nature, the water, the river, the sounds, the birds, the rocks, and the culture are among so many unique features ...


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The breathtaking view of the Source...

Source of the Nile bridge adds to Uganda's spectacular views