Gombe Steam National Park
Gombe national park is an island on the shore of the Lake Tanganyika, Gombe national park is Tanzania’s smallest national park but despite its limited area, it has an amazing variety of natural environments. The arboreal slopes of the Great Rift Valley and evergreen forests standing in the local valley bottoms support a wonderful diversity of wildlife.
The park is the home numerous primate species, but supreme among them is the Chimpanzee, the culture and behavior of which was studied for the first time ever in this area. The research continues even every day. Which makes it the longest-running study of any wild animals’ population in the world.The result gained here have greatly increased our understanding of the closest living relatives to our own species.
But Gombe national park has not only been an arena for unique research in to chimpanzees, it has at the same time provided a significant refuges for these great apes that are suffering from a loss of habitats everywhere within their home ranges. Here in we can see some animals like Eastern Chimpanzee, Western red colobus, Angola pied colobus, Yellow baboon,Vervet monkey, Blue monkey, Red-tailed monkey, Greater galago, Lesser galago, Giraffe, Elephant, Leopard, Lesser kudu, Warthog, Zebra, buffaloes, Duikers, Hyena, Pangolin, African red colobusn monkey, Hippopotamus, Bush Pig, Olive baboon, Vervet Monkey, Senegal galago, Bushbaby, Greater kudu, lots of birds, insects and many plants.