Kenya is home to 36,280 elephants, 1,739 rhinos according to recent concluded animal census

President Uhuru recieved 2021 National Wildlife Census Report on Monday which was fully funded by the government, and conducted by local experts.

According to the census report, Kenya has a total of 36,280 savanna elephants, becoming the fourth largest population in the world after Zimbabwe, Botswana and Tanzania.

The census also established that the country is home to 1,739 rhinos among them two northern white rhino species, 897 black rhinos, and 840 southern white rhinos.