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10 Unique Things You Didn't Know About Kenya as a Country

Kenya is a country found in the continent of Africa. Africa is the second-largest continent in the world both in size and population.

History of Kenya

Historically, Kenya is considered to be the cradle of mankind. It holds the oldest human remains and the most complete record of human evolution in the world.


Kenya is a home to a range of wildlife. In this country you will find the infamous Big Five: Lions, Elephants, Buffalo, Rhinos and Leopards.


When you move outside the capital city of Kenya, you will meet the Great Rift Valley which in act cuts across 11 African countries. This is the longest Rift valley with a length of 6,300 km and deepest geographical fault of its kind on earth.


This country is known for its Olympic medal-winning runners. The Kenyan tribe “Kalenjin” are particularly speedy.


It is among the top ten richest countries in Africa. Its capital city houses the largest urban slum in Africa, Kibera.


Kenya has 1,420 miles of coastline beach bordering the Indian Ocean.


The country is known to be a huge exporter of high-end coffee, which has achieved fame worldwide. Conversely Kenyans don’t really drink coffee, instead, they are prefering tea.

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