Namibia's dunes: understanding the myriad of shapes and colours!

In the Namib, dunes make up some 35% of the desert, including the main Namib Sand Sea south of the Kuiseb River; the sand dunes in the Skeleton Coast Park; and the dune field south of Tombua in Angola. In the Sahara Desert the proportion is as low as 10%. The rest of the area is made up of rocky desert, coarse-grained desert pavements, occasional river courses, alluvial fans, and ephemeral lakes or pans. Despite the initial appearance of inhospitality in these environments, they host a wide variety of animal and plant species. The colourful, sinuous and constantly changing shapes of dunes make these accumulations of sand the more favoured desert destination for wildlife photographers and tou

Understanding The Great Migration - Tanzania & Kenya

The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Africa, located in northern Tanzania and extending to south-western Kenya spanning approximately 30,000 km2. It comprises parts of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the south; the Serengeti National Park and the adjacent Maswa Game Reserve and other ‘controlled’ areas in the center, east and west; and the Masai Mara National Reserve to the north. The Kenyan part of the Serengeti is known as Maasai Mara while the name Serengeti is derived from the Maasai language and means endless plains. The Serengeti encompasses the Serengeti National Park and a number of protected game reserves and conservation areas maintained by the governments of Tan

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