Africa  | 25/02/2016

Rigors of the NAMIB

As marine fog, sand flies from the crest of a dune in the Namib Desert. This desert region extends for over 2000 km. along the south Atlantic coast of Africa. Ocean mist moving into the land carry moisture that keeps species of spiders, beetles and reptiles that are not found in any other corner of the world. Resistant flora and fauna of the Namib testifies survivability of living things by adapting to the rigors of the desert.

Despite the changes imposed by the development in recent times, and that threaten these ecosystems, lizards are sliding down the dunes, plants continue to flourish in the arid, and animals sounds still fills nights Namib.

     
     
   

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