Kenya can be considered a giraffe ‘hotspot’, with three of the now four distinct giraffe species occurring in the country. Reticulated giraffe roam northern and eastern Kenya; Masai giraffe inhabit the savanna and woodlands of southern Kenya; and Nubian giraffe (formerly Rothschild’s giraffe), which has been reduced to to several fragmented populations, occurs in western and central Kenya.

Find out more about Kenya’s giraffe populations by downloading the poster here:   Kenya’s Giraffe – Conservation Guide

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