Harry Coumnas Visited Tanzania

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					Harry Coumnas Visited Tanzania
Tanzania or The United Republic of Tanzania
falls in East Africa. It shares border with Kenya
and Uganda to the north. To its west fall
Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic
of the Congo and to its south Zambia, Malawi
and Mozambique. The eastern border of
Tanzania lies on the Indian Ocean.
Tanzania is considered as the world’s 31st
largest country and compared to other African
nations; it is smaller than Egypt and equivalent
in size with Nigeria. A picturesque country with
mountainous regions in the northeast, it is a
home to many ecologically significant wildlife
parks where scientists are studying chimpanzee
behavior.
Harry Coumnas visited Tanzania recently on
his tour to national parks.       He considers
Tanzania a jewel for its diverse wildlife habitat.
On his trip, he learnt interesting facts like
Tanzania has over 130 amphibian and over 275
reptile species which are strictly endemic and
in the IUCN Red Lists of different countries.
He is highly compassionate and supports saving
the wildlife and letting them live in their natural
habitat. During his stay in Tanzania, he also had
an experience of staying with local people and
learn about their culture and beliefs. He likes to
live his life to the fullest and participates in a
range of sports that give him an adrenaline
rush.
About Harry Coumnas
Harry Coumnas is full of life. He is a business
owner and is very successful on the
professional front. He loves adventure and his
hobbies include activities like camping, fly
fishing, trekking, globetrotting, strolling and
many others. He loves travelling and has
traveled to places far and wide and has
gathered some of the most beautiful memories
of his life.
f his life.

				
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Description: Harry Coumnas visited Tanzania recently on his tour to national parks. He considers Tanzania a jewel for its diverse wildlife habitat. On his trip, he learnt interesting facts like Tanzania has over 130 amphibian and over 275 reptile species which are strictly endemic and in the IUCN Red Lists of different countries.