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The Kenyan Highlands, along with the Great Rift Valley, are home to the “big 5” African animals (elephants, buffalos, leopards, lions and rhinos) which draw thousands of visitors to Kenya ever year.
African Animals and humans African animals have long been under threat from humans.
They are one of the most important organisms in ocean ecosystems because many types of sharks are at the top of the food chain and thus are keystone species, which means the ecosystem relies on the shark for balance.
If sharks ceased to exist, then fish and marine mammals would overpopulate and inadvertently destroy their habitat through overconsumption.
Watch the hilarity ensue as tourists stop traffic in order to emulate the scene.
Although many African countries have created national parks or wildlife conservation areas, African animals continue to be targeted by poachers.