Declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1981, this park boasts, possibly , the greatest number of mammals per square metre in the world. Amongst these you can see elephants, buffalo, black rhinoceroses, giraffes, zebras, leopards and gnus, to name a few. Nevertheless, one of the main attractions is its lake, the Manyara, formed over two million years ago and home to hundreds of species of animals. What's more, you can also, observe aquatic birds such as flamingoes, pelicans, storks, vultures and eagles. The region is also home to reptiles such as the Nile crocodile and Cobra.
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