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Set in the lower slopes of the Chyulu Hills on the border of Chyulu National Park. The Chyulu Hills
remain green for most of the year and so attract all wildlife species in the dry season.

Ranger Strength: 10

Bushmeat Threat: High. This area is heavily poached by the Wakamba tribe who live on the eastern border of the park. This tribe have a long tradition of hunting and have killed off nearly 100% of the wildlife which lived in their home area.

Vehicle: None as most of the hills are inaccessible by vehicle.

Position: On the Chyulu National Park boundary.

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