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Photos: Biodiversity of Northern Kenya´s Huri Hills and Mount Forole

By Yvonne de Jong & Tom Butynski
Posted on the National Geographic Explorers Journal on January 3, 2014

The Huri Hills, a remote region of large lava cones, is located between the Chalbi Desert and the Kenyan-Ethiopian border in central-north Kenya. These hills rise about 300 meters (985 feet) above the lava plateau, reaching 1524 meters (5000 feet) above sea level. Just north of the Huri Hills, separated by a descending plain of black-cotton-soil, lies the granitic Mount Forole (1887 meters;  6200 feet). This sacred mountain marks the Kenyan-Ethiopian border.

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