Katavi National Park is a large park in Tanzania with a size of 4470km2. The landscape is dominated by three large areas of flat land which are connected by the Katuma River. This river is home to a lot of hippos and crocodiles, and many water birds also live here. During the day, large numbers of plant-eating animals roam the plains, and predators like lions, leopards, and hunting dogs wait to catch them. As the river dries up, the hippos have to fight for space in the remaining water pools, and crocodiles can be seen in caves along the river bank. There are many different types of birds in the park, with 373 species recorded. In the park, there are also seasonal lakes which are surrounded by palm trees and scrub. The park has a rich natural environment and many animals, making it a great place to spot wildlife in Tanzania.
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Mahale contains 8 (Possibly 9) primates in addition to chimps; these are yellow baboons, blue monkeys, red colobus, pied colobus, and vervet monkeys two or three species of Galago.