Animals of Uganda list
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Animals in Uganda national parks
Animals in Uganda – Uganda are a country rich in many species of animals that make a wild life safari in Uganda a memorable one. Uganda is rich in animals in ten (10) National parks in Uganda like Kidepo valley national park, Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, Kibale national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, Mount Elgon national park, Lake Mburo national park, mount Rwenzori national park, Mgahinga national park and Semliki national park.
Animals of Uganda – Uganda wild life Species are se wildlife of Uganda is composed of its flora and fauna. Uganda has 364 species of mammals and 1,062 species of birds. Each of Uganda’s national parks has its own unique combination of fauna, making it an interesting safari destination for large game viewing.
Animals from Uganda | wild animals of Uganda
Lions in Uganda: Lions are the number one animals most of People who sign up for our safari packages want to see its among the big5 game like Lions, Buffalo, Cape buffalo, Elephant and Rhinos. Uganda has quite number of Lions in various national parks in the country and the unique ones are the tree climbing lions that can be found in queen Elizabeth national park these lions spend most of their time on tree most times they are not hunting and they are of great interest to scientist who are studying this behavior and where it comes from.
National parks in Uganda with Lions
Giraffes in Uganda: These are the tallest animals with a top speed reaching 56 meters per second these tall animals have a kick that can break the lion’s skull. The giraffes have strong sense of smell that picks their predators a distance away these can be found in Murchison falls national park and Kidepo valley national park.
Murchison falls national park, Kidepo valley national park.
Elephants in Uganda :These are the biggest animal species on land weighing over 6000 Kilograms and 3.5 Meters tall. These can be found in Semuliki national park, Kibale national park, Murchison Falls national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, Kidepo valley national park and Mount Elgon national park.
Semuliki national park, Murchison Falls national park, Kibale national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, Kidepo valley national park and Mount Elgon national park.
African Buffaloes in Uganda: This is a ‘Big Five’ game that thrives in the Savannah grassland. Uganda has one of the biggest buffalo herds that can be seen in Kidepo valley national park in North eastern Uganda other national parks you can see the buffalo.
Lake Mburo national park, Murchison Falls national park, Kidepo valley national park, Kibale forest national park, and Queen Elizabeth national park.
Antelopes in Uganda: There are quite a number of species and East Africa has 20-35 species living in the Savannah grasslands.
Uganda has 29 species of Antelopes in various National Parks and game reserves and some of them are the eland in Lake Mburo national park, greater Kudu, Jackson’s hartebeest, Queen Elizabeth national park, water buck, Grant’s gazelle, the Uganda Kob, Oribi, the semi-aquatic Sitatungas, Topi and more.
Murchison Falls national park, Queen Elizabeth national park and Lake Mburo national park
Topis in Uganda: Topis are antelopes that are medium-sized with a striking reddish brown to purplish-red coat.
These can be found in Queen Elizabeth national park, Murchison Falls national park, and Lake Mburo national park
Rhinoceros in Uganda: These lovely animals got extinct in Uganda in early 1980’s and this was as a result of poaching and constant wars in Uganda but these creatures where re introduced to Uganda in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola and the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre.
National animals of Uganda
The national animals of Uganda are the; Uganda Kob and the crested Crane
Dangerous animals of Uganda are mainly animals that have created many fatalities with people and they are mainly the male anopheles mosquito is an insect but it’s the leading killer in Uganda and it has killed many Ugandans, the others are the Nile crocodiles that have been reported to have killed many people in the fishing villages around lake Victoria and other lakes and the , Hippopotamus that have many fatalities.
Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, L’host Monkey Birds, Blue monkeys among others
Kalinzu Forest ,Kibale Forest National Park, Semiliki National Park, Budongo Forest, Kyambura Gorge.
These are in many national parks Widely spread