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The big five are the most sought-after attraction to every safari-goer in Kenya and in general Africa too. The amazing roar of the lion can be heard from long distances and the king of the jungle is also the king of the animal attractions of the region. People who visit and natives alike are drawn by this huge predator that lives in the savannah. It is not dangerous for men unless it is under attack but it is truly majestic to see him walk.

The Masai Mara National Reserve is the place to go to see them in prides of 20 to They kill on the ground but take they killed prey up into the trees away from hyenas.

The white ones are found in large groups and have a larger mouth. They can be found in the Lake Nakuru National Park. Black rhinos on the other hand have a smaller mouth and an upper lip suitable for scrubbing acacias. The black rhinos are more dangerous and solitary and can also be found in the Masai Mara National Reserve. The sounds and noises made by these predators were surreal and clearly confirmed the hostile vibe that exists between these top predators of the African wild.

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