I wonder if you, like many safari enthusiasts, are fascinated by the sight of climbing lions on Lake Minaria. Manyara National Park on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is furious. It seems strange when people want to see lions on trees and leopards on the ground. Paradoxically, some people think that this is a marketing ploy invented by Tanzania tour operators to create interest in this particular safari destination. Well, there are completely different opinions, and that is why this article examines the 3 main possible reasons why lions climb trees. So let’s take a closer look at this lion in their natural habitat, so we can understand why you see them lazy on the tree.

First, Manyara is not the only place where you can find these beautiful animals in the trees. However, it is more likely that on a very hot day, they will take refuge in the trees … just for a little breeze and everywhere, shade that is much needed. I have to leave it to them, they are very smart. With that said, I’ve seen lions in the trees in many other parks, so it’s not just synonymous with Manyara and Ishasha. Two other possible reasons why you see lions in mountaineering trees is something I want to address below.

Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly in Minyara and Ishacha is that they sometimes get very wet. And lions do not like to walk on wet ground. So when it rains heavily and the lakes are flooding, it is likely that they will want to climb trees to keep their feet dry. And the third reason why lions climb trees is to stay away from very annoying flies. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

And to conclude this article, I felt it would be unfair not to touch the life of the spectacular birds in Manyara, as that alone justifies visiting the park. The subject of birds deserves an article dedicated exclusively to it, but since we are talking about Manyara Lake National Park, if you love birds, you will be happy to know more than 300 species of birds in this area alone. , Including Eurasian. Migratory birds, acacia-related birds, birds, and 3 endangered species in Tanzania. Manyara Lake National Park and Lake Natron also provide good opportunities to watch flamingos gather in herds of tens of thousands to even hundreds of thousands on the lake shores. Lake Natron is home to flamingos, while Lake Maniara in Tanzania is home to them.

Therefore, climbing lions on Manyara Lake are not the only attraction. You can also find some stunning views of birds in the trees and beautiful splendor across the shores of the lake.



Source by Anthony J. Namata