Found in Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda.
Kazinga Channel is a natural water body joining two lakes together in Queen Elizabeth national park. The lakes that are joined by this 23 km channel are lake Edward to the south of the national park and lake George to the north. The animals of Queen Elizabeth national park in Uganda benefit a lot from this channel as it is the only part of the water which is completely with the national park.
It is believed that this Kazinga channel boost over 30,000 hippopotamus it also hosts a variety of animals with hippopotamus benefiting from this channel. It is believed that the largest population of hippopotamus in the entire world live here.
There other animals such as Nile crocodiles, African buffalo, African Elephants, a variety fish, and a lot of common and migratory birds are found here.
A two-hour boat safari along the Kazinga Channel waters allows travelers to witness most of the animals and birds that dwell long the waters and in the waters of the Kazinga channel.
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