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A video taking you on a safari to Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park. One of the most diverse national parks in all of Uganda, home to 95 species of mammal and nearly 500 species of bird.

The video features the infamous tree climbing lions of Ishasha, one of only a couple places in the world where lions habitually climb trees. It then takes you on a journey through the park to see elephants, buffalo, warthog, antelope and make more before heading to the Kazinga channel.

The Kazinga channel joins Lake Edward and Lake Albert and is absolutely teeming with wildlife, making it one of the highlights of a safari in Uganda. Hippo, crocodiles, more elephants, hundreds of birds and scores of animals coming down to the water edge to drink.

The video is designed to show you what to expect when going on safari in Queen Elizabeth with African Pearl Safaris.

For more info see africanpearlsafaris.com

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