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Exploring the continent's incredible landscape and the unique wildlife that call its many different environments home.

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Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater and surrounding areas.
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While the immense ecosystem of the Kalahari is characterized by its harsh conditions, it also offers a wealth of resources to the native wildlife.
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Swaziland is home to a massive amount of wildlife.
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The Okavango delta is home to diverse wildlife.
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South Africa's Vredefort Crater and the life that dwells there.
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The waters of the Limpopo region in South Africa support vast quantities of life.

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