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HOW WEATHER SHAPES NATURE

The relatively youthful face of the Namib Desert as we see it today is merely a glimpse into a period of around two million years in its very long life. It presents a portrait of extreme and exceptional beauty, but also hints at an underlying character sculpted by the harshest of conditions that carved, eroded and magmetised the country to its current splendour.

With only a few minor interruptions, the Namib has been in existence for over 43

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