Uganda is a landlocked nation flanked by Kenya in the east, Sudan in the north, the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, Rwanda in the southwest and Tanzania in the south.
Uganda’s complete land territory is 241,559 sq km. Around 37,000 sq km of this zone is involved by vast water while the rest is land. The southern piece of the nation incorporates a generous bit of Lake Victoria, which it imparts to Kenya and Tanzania.
There are, purportedly more than 340 vertebrate species found here, and 1062 types of winged creature. That is not by any means considering the bewildering butterflies and moths.