The majestic slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. The burning sands of the Ethiopian plateau. The rugged cliffs of the African rift valley where Homo sapiens early ancestors thrived millions of years ago. The Comoro Islands where that most ancient of fishes, the coelacanth, is found.
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