Gallus domesticus Congolese – Ayam Cemani

Ayam cemani

No guys this is not the introduction to the feedback on the latest science fiction soap. It’s a post about another member of the Gallus species that isn’t really worth to bring in the kitchen. Or else I confuse. Shortly before the end of year festivities an Angolese and I went eat together somewhere in Matonge. But may I remark that blacks in general prefer hotly spiced food. Since that day I know it about the the degree of toughness of in Congo generally consumed meat also. (Their adored goat…

Wildlife of the Democratic Republic of Congo

Bonobo

The natural life of the Democratic Republic of Congo is for the most part rich in organic varieties. It is also home to many greenery in forests and meadows sometimes submerged. The Democratic Republic of Congo also contains a tropical forest. Then there are five national parks. These are home to many types of gorillas, huge felines and feathered creatures. There are a ton of problems with the DRC and the hunt for “bushmeat”. This overexploitation of wild creatures makes goods rare and diminishes the number of inhabitants of endangered…