While observing the African Fish Eagle in one of my safaris, I was told of an astonishing mythical story about the Sausage Tree (Scientific Name: Kigelia Africana) that the bird had perched.
The tree bears sausage-like fruits that can grow to a length of up-to 100cms and weight to about 10 KGs. The fruits are eaten by some birds and animals. The myth behind this tree is that some tribe use the fruits for manhood enhancement and as the fruit grows so does the manhood.
For more details visit one of the Tanzanian Parks where this trees are found, one being #Tarangire National Park.
It's always dramatic to photograph #lions, especially in a pride. This was taken at #Ngorongoro Crater's Round Table Hill
#SaaNane National Park is just a new additional to a number of National Parks in #Tanzania. It was a fully fledge National Park since 2013. Just around 2 square kilometers, it’s one of the most visited National Parks by residents due to its proximity to a town, #Mwanza. A 10 minutes’ boat ride that costs only Tsh 35,000/- gets you a round trip to the island.
The Park is known for its vast bird species and the only park that inhabits “De-brazas Monkey. Moreover, a number of Impalas, Zebras, Clawless otter, Rock Hyrax, Tortoise, Agama Lizards. It’s a worth visit while in Mwanza.