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Wild Turkey, Meleagaris gallopavo, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cades...

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Caption: Wild Turkey, Meleagaris gallopavo, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cades Cove, Tenessee TN, Appalachian Mountains, TurkeyW35284nsz4e.tif
Location: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cades Cove
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Samburu are a Nilotic people of north-central Kenya. They are a sub tribe of the Maasai. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who herd mainly cattle but also keep sheep, goats and camels. The name they use for themselves is Lokop or Loikop, a term which may have a variety of meanings which Samburu themselves do not agree on. Many assert that it refers to them as "owners of the land" though others present a very different interpretation of the term. The Samburu speak the Samburu dialect; Samburu and Buffalo Springs national reserves, has arid acacia savannah, scrub and gallery forest alongside the Uaso Nyiro River. Has a number of northeast African dry-country species shared with Ethiopia and Somalia, such as vulturine guineafowl, Somali bee-eater and golden-breasted starling and several mammals that do not need to drink water like Grant's Gazelle, Grevy's Zebra and Beiza Oryx; Africa; Kenya, SAM28025_P.tiff
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Samburu are a Nilotic people of north-central Kenya. They are a sub tribe of the Maasai. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who herd mainly cattle but also keep sheep, goats and camels. The name they use for themselves is Lokop or Loikop, a term which may have a variety of meanings which Samburu themselves do not agree on. Many assert that it refers to them as "owners of the land" though others present a very different interpretation of the term. The Samburu speak the Samburu dialect; Samburu and Buffalo Springs national reserves, has arid acacia savannah, scrub and gallery forest alongside the Uaso Nyiro River. Has a number of northeast African dry-country species shared with Ethiopia and Somalia, such as vulturine guineafowl, Somali bee-eater and golden-breasted starling and several mammals that do not need to drink water like Grant's Gazelle, Grevy's Zebra and Beiza Oryx; Africa; Kenya, SAM28024_P.tiff
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