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When you think of Africa, you think of wild animals. Africa contains some of the world’s most dense population of wildlife and the richest diversity of fauna of any continent on our planet, thanks to its enormous landscape with diverse climates ranging from subarctic to tropical. Africa has a variety of habitats ranging from tropical rainforest, to savanna plains to the arid Sahara Desert, that provides home to a wide variety of wildlife. Widely regarded as the place where human life originated, Africa is home to many of the world's fascinating animals, as well as the endangered.

The continent of Africa has the highest concentration of national parks anywhere on the planet with 335 national parks as of 2014, that protects more than 1,100 species of mammals, 100,000 species of insects, 2,600 species of birds, and 3,000 species of fishes. In addition, there are hundreds of game reserves, forest reserves, marine reserves, national reserves and natural parks.

Serengeti National Park

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Zebra migration in Serengeti National Park. Photo credit

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