Namibia - Flora and fauna

Namibia is the home of a great variety of large fauna and avifauna. In the game parks and the neighboring grazing areas, there are the tallest elephants in the world, along with rhinoceroses, an abundance of lions, cheetahs, and leopards; ostriches, and a profusion of ungulates, including the giraffe, zebra, kudu, eland, black-faced impala, hartebeest, springbok, gemsbok, and wildebeest. Birds of prey are numerous, as are the Kori bustard and the Karroo korhaan. Among the unique flora are the desert welwitschia and many varieties of aloe.

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