Mount Kulal is an eroded-down extinct volcano located in northern Kenya, just east of Lake Turkana. The mountain has an elevation of 2,285 metres (7,497:ft). The lakeside town of Loiyangalani is located 50 kilometres (31:mi) west of Mount Kulal.
Mount Kulal has been a biosphere reserve since 1978.
Mount Kulal is the only place where Kulal white-eye (Zosterops kulalensis) has been found.
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