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Night-running is a traditional activity held in Kenya in which people run naked at night.
Most of the world’s fastest runners come from a single tribe in Kenya, Africa, called the “Kalenjins.”
On one episode of “Price Is Right,” an elephant was offered as a “bonus prize.” The contestant won, insisted on the prize, and a live elephant from Kenya had to be delivered to him.
Kenya has an ice hockey team.
After Barack Obama visited Kenya in 2015, two women named their sons Air Force One.
After 9/11, the Maasai tribe of Kenya gave 14 of their most important cattle to America as aid.