Tanzania
This is a map of Tanzania


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This is the flag of Tanzania
Brazil
205 , 560 , 000
UK
64 , 049 , 000
Tanzania
490 , 250 , 000
Jamaica
2 , 715 , 000
pakistan
182,100,000

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This is a weather chart of Tanzania
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This is the symbol of Tanzania
The coat of arms of Tanzania comprises a warrior’s shield which bears a golden portion on the upper part followed underneath by the flag of Tanzania.
The golden portion represents minerals in the United Republic; the red portion underneath the flag symbolizes the rich fertile soil of Africa; while the wavy bands represent the land, sea, lakes and coastal lines of the United Republic.
In the golden part of the flag there appears a burning torch signifying freedom (Uhuru), enlightenment and knowledge; a spear signifying defence of freedom and crossed axe and hoe being tools that the people of the Tanzania use in developing the country.
The shield stands upon the representation of mount Kilimanjaro. Elephant tusks are supported by a man and a woman, with a clove bush at the feet of the man and a cotton bush at the feet of the woman (whose head is covered with a golden shroud) indicating the theme of co-operation.
The United Republic motto below –Uhuru na Umoja– is written in Swahili and means "Freedom and unity
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This a Tanzania beach with lots of palm trees and a swimming pool
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This the war of Tanzania and Rwanda


The Rwandan Civil War was a conflict within the Central African nation of Rwanda between the government of President Juvenal and the rebel Rwandan Patriotic Front(RPF). The conflict began on 1 October 1990 when the RPF invaded and ostensibly ended on 4 August 1993 with the signing of the Arusha accords to create a power-sharing government.
However, the assassination of Juvenal April 1994 proved to be the catalyst for the Rwanda Genocide, the commonly quoted death toll for which is 800,000. The closely interrelated causes of the war and genocide led some observers to assume that the reports of mass killings were in fact some new flaring of the war, rather than a different phase. The RPF restarted its offensive, eventually taking control of the country. The Hutu government-in-exile then proceeded to user refugee camps in neighboring countries to destabilize the new RPF government. The RPF and its proxy rebel forces prosecuted the first Congo war (1996–1997), which led in turn to the second Congo war (1998–2003), all of which involved a Hutu force with the objective of regaining control of Rwanda.
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This is a Tanzania Lion cub



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Lions are large felines that are traditionally depicted as the "king of the jungle." These big cats once roamed Africa, Asia and Europe. However, now they are found in only two areas of the world and are classified into two subspecies. Asiatic lions live in India's Gir Forest; African lions live in central and southern Africa. Though they look similar, these two subspecies are very different in size, habitat, diet and more
The African lion is 4.5 to 6.5 feet (1.4 to 2 meters) long from its head to its rump, and its tail measures from 26.25 to 39.5 inches (67 to 100 centimeters) long. African lions typically weigh 265 to 420 lbs. (120 to 191 kilograms).
Asiatic lions tend to be much bigger, according to the World Wild Life Federation(WWF). They weigh 300 to 500 lbs. (120 to 226 kg) and are 6.56 to 9.18 feet (200 to 280 cm) long. Their tails measure 23.62 to 35.43 inches (60 to 90 cm).