Take an exhilarating trek through a range of African landscapes where survival is by no means guaranteed. It's an intriguing look at the resilience of life in the face of harsh and overwhelming odds.
Venture into the heart of Namibia, where some parts of the landscape receive less than an inch of rain each year. Yet, despite its arid nature, the southern drylands exude a desolate beauty thanks in part to the massive sand dunes--the largest in the world--that dominate its Atlantic coastline.
4/6 • 2017 • Nature