Այս տեսանյութը նկարահանել է մի պատահական ուղևոր, որ Հունգարիայից մեկնում էր Խորվաթիա: Երկու պետությունների հենց սահմանին մայրուղու վրա հայտնվեցին եղջերուներ:
Դրանց թիվը հավանաբար անցնում է հարյուրը, հազարը: Նրանք սլանում էին մեծ արագությամբ, կարծես ֆիլմից կադր լինի կամ գեղեցիկ տեսահոլովակ: Հնարավոր է նրանք սլանում էին դեպի պայծառ ապագա:
Zambia has approximately 12,505 identified species—63% animal species, 33% plant species and 4% bacterial and microorganism species .
There are an estimated 3,543 species of wild flowering plants, consisting of sedges, herbaceous plants and woody plants . The Northern and North-Western parts of the country especially have the highest diversity of flowering plants. Approximately 53% of flowering plants are rate[clarification needed] and occur throughout the country.
A total of 242 mammalian species exist, with most endemic ones occupying the woodland and grassland ecosystems. The Rhodesian giraffe and Kafue Lechwe are some of the well-known subspecies that are endemic to Zambia.
An estimated 757 bird species are known to exist, of which 600 are either resident or afrotropic migrants; 470 breed in the country; and 100 are non-breding migrants. The Zambian barbet is a well-known species endemic to Zambia.
Roughly 490 known fish species, belonging to 24 fish families have been reported in Zambia, with Lake Tanganyika having the highest diverse and endemic species.
2010 13,092,666 +32.4%
2015 (est.) 16,212,000 +23.8%
Note: During the occupation by the British, the Black African population was estimated rather than counted.
Source: Central Statistical Office, Zambia
Main article: Demographics of Zambia
As per 2010 Zambian census, Zambia’s population was 13,092,666. Zambia is significantly ethnically diverse, with a total of 73 ethnic tribes. During the country’s occupation by the British, between 1911 and 1963, the country attracted immigrants from Europe and the Indian subcontinent, the latter of whom came specifically as labourers. While most Europeans left after the collapse of white minority rule, a fair number of Asians still remain.
Chief Mwata Kazembe opens the Mutomboko ceremony
In the first recorded census—conducted on 7 May 1911—there were a total of 1,497 Europeans; 39 Asiatics and estimated 820,000 Africans. Black Africans were not counted in all six census exercises—conducted in 1911, 1921, 1931, 1946, 1951, and 1956—prior to independence. By 1956, when the last census prior to independence was conducted, there were 65,277 Europeans; 5,450 Asiatics; 5,450 Coloureds and an estimated 2,100,000 Africans.
In the 2010 population census, 98.2% were Black Africans and the remaining 1.8% consisting of other major racial groups.