Kruger National Park is found in South Africa. It's one of the biggest game reserves in Africa and covers 18,989 square kilometres and covers 360 kilometres from north to south and 65 kilometres from east to west. Its also part of what is now known as the Great Limpompo Transfrontier Park, usually a peace park that links with the Limpompo National Park in Mozambique and the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe. Kruger National Park has nine main gates that direct one to different camps. The gates include Maria Gate, Crocodile Bridge Gate, Paul Kruger Gate and others. The area within the parks was once occupied by the nomadic hunters and gatherers for thousands of years. It became a park after Paul Kruger the president of Transvaal Republic, a region in South Africa accepted it to be gazzetted as a Government Wildlife Park in 1898 and got its current name in 1926. The park's climate is subtropical. During summer, temperatures rise to 380C and rainy season begin September to May. Kruger National Park has one of the best flora and fauna. It has around 1,982 species of plants like baobab, sandveld, acacia and others. The park is home to all the big five like Elephants and Buffalos and has more mammals than any other reserve in Africa. Predators like the lions and leopards are there in large numbers. The park harbors over 500 bird species where 253 are residents 117 non –breeding immigrants and about 147 that are nomads. It supports the endangered African Wild dog where less than 400 of them are thought to be remaining.