The Chyulu Hills are probably one of the best places I have been in my life: cascading hills that are always green and beautiful, amazing views of the ground below, and clean air that is uncontaminated by pollution.
Different animals, such as giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, eland, gazelles, impala, elephant and oryx roam the vast beautiful plains between the Chyulus and two twin hills known in Maasai as Ilmoa. Ilmoa means twins in Maasai, and you can see why they were given this name.
The hills are made of volcanic lava flows and cinder cones, and the Chyulus are home to the longest lava tube in the world! Thick vegetation covers the lava flows and makes it a perfect hiding place for lions. It makes it very difficult for the Guardians to track collared lions around these areas!
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