The Okavango Delta and It’s Watershed

Sunrise on the Okavango River about 120 km before it enters the Delta. On the left is Angola, and on the right is Namibia. The Okavango Delta is a world heritage site and home to many of the most iconic large mammals left on Earth, including the largest herd of elephants in the world. It is also a vital lifeline for almost a million people.

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