The silimba is a type of xylophone (musical percussion instrument), which was developed by Lozi people in western Zambia and is used during traditional ceremonies.
The official language of Zambia is English, although the country also has several major indigenous languages.
Zambia is home to nearly 13 million inhabitants.
Zambia is home to the largest national parks (like the Kafue Reserve) and the highest waterfalls (Victoria Falls, for example) in Africa.
The Zambian territory is primarily covered by savannah; it contains a rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Zambia has a tropical climate. The rainy season occurs from October to April.
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