|Arawale National Reserve|
The Arawale National Park was set up with the primary motive
of protecting a rare antelope species known as the Hirola
or the Hunter's hartebeest unique to this region. The reserve is located in the North-Eastern
Province, in Garissa district, five km from the left bank
of the Tana river. The size of the area is arount 533 sq km.|
antelopes (Hirola), elephants, giraffes, Grevy's zebras, lesser kudu, buffaloes and crocodiles.