Kenya is not a small country, having an area of some 225,000 square miles. The Rift Valley cuts the country into two parts, and beyond its western rim the land takes its course down to Lake Victoria and the borders of Uganda. The coastal strip is hot and humid, and from there the land rises through dry bush savannah grasslands and fertile well-watered highlands. Nearly all the northern half of the country is arid and only sparsely populated by nomads, whereas the density of population in the southern half of the country is high, being about 450 per square mile.1
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