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Life in Tanzania By: Madison Lanier
Animals In Tanzania Some of the animals in Tanzania is Zebras, Hippos, Elephants, Wildebeets and Giraffes. Some of the animals that eat the following animals are Lions, Leopards and Cheetahs. But [ in my opinion] One of the most fasinating animals there are the CHIMPANZEES! These adorable animals are playful and are just like humans. But even though they are cute they do anything to protect there young.
Music in Tanzania The Tanzanian national anthem is Mungu Ibarikki Africa (God Bless Africa), composed by South African composer Enoch Sontoga in The tune was ANC's official song and later became the National Anthem of South Africa.The song is also the national anthem Zambia. Sawalia lyrics were set to this tune.
Food in Tanzania When meat is available, it might be goat, beef or pork thrown into a stew, or fried and served over rice or another grain. Chicken, mutton and ducklings are also raised for food. Indian- style meat samosas are common street foods, along with mishikaki, meat kebabs grilled over a charcoal fire. Beef or goat spiced with lime juice, hot peppers and salt is a popular pub food. A hearty rural breakfast might consist of chicken broth or buttermilk. Sweet rolls and biscuits called mandazi are served at breakfast and for snacks. Peanuts, popcorn, hard candy and dried fruit are frequently consumed as snacks in cities, as are fried plantains, sweet potatoes and corn on the cob. Fruit drinks called "squash" appear at most meals, with spiced coffee and tea. Tanzania brews its own alcoholic beverages from local produce like plantains, corn and honey, and serves them at local bars and pubs. One specialty is konyagi, a spirit similar to gin. Dessert consists of honey, coconut, pineapple or other in-season fruits.
Culture in Tanzania Although the many tribal languages are not actively suppressed, they do not enjoy the same linguistic rights as Swahili, and they face language extinction, with one, Kwadza, having no known speakers. Tingatinga are the popular African paintings, painted with enamel paints on canvas. Usually the motives are animals and flowers in colourful and repetitive design.
Geography in Tanzania Tanzania has a varied geography, including deep and large freshwater and salt lakes, many national parks, and Africa's highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro. Northeast Tanzania is mountainous and includes Mount Meru, an active volcano, Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano, and the Usambara and Pare mountain ranges. Kilimanjaro attracts thousands of tourists each year.