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The rolling Chyulu Hills in Tsavo National Park are a volcanic mountain range pitted with volcanic cones and barren lava flows. Surface water is rare, but nevertheless it is an important water catchment area for Mombasa, the second largest city in Kenya. Weird cylindrical tunnels were formed shortly after volcanic eruption and created the longest lava tube in the world.

The rolling Chyulu Hills in Tsavo National Park are a volcanic mountain range pitted with volcanic cones and barren lava flows. Surface water is rare, but nevertheless it is an important water catchment area for Mombasa, the second largest city in Kenya. Weird cylindrical tunnels were formed shortly after volcanic eruption and created the longest lava tube in the world.

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Tsavo West National Park
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