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TD-1484-C-M Suricate / Meerkat - family with young on the lookout at the edge of its burrow, wearing Christmas hats Featured Related Images Print

TD-1484-C-M Suricate / Meerkat - family with young on the lookout at the edge of its burrow, wearing Christmas hats

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Suricate / Meerkat - family with young on the lookout at the edge of its burrow, wearing Christmas hats.
Kalahari Desert, Namibia, Africa
Suricata suricatta
Digitally manipulated image
Thomas Dressler
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© Thomas Dressler/ardea.com

A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre Featured Related Images Print

A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre

A Himba woman in traditional attire. Her body gleams from a mixture of red ochre, butterfat and herbs. Her long hair is styled in the traditional Himba way and is crowned with a headdress made of lambskin, called erembe. Her large, round white-beaded necklace, called ombwari, is worn by both sexes. Leather garments continue to be worn. The Himba are Herero-speaking Bantu nomads who live in the harsh, dry but starkly beautiful landscape of remote northwest Namibia

© Nigel Pavitt

Welwitschia mirabilis Featured Related Images Print

Welwitschia mirabilis

Welwitschia mirabilis. This unique plant consists of a woody stem and two large leaves. It is evergreen and the leaves grow continuously along the ground, often becoming frayed. W. mirabilis is endemic to the Namib desert, the most arid environment on Earth. It survives this environment partly because of its roots, which can grow to depths of 30 metres. The oldest living plant is 1500 years old. The largest leaf found is 6 metres long and 2 metres wide. Photographed in the Namib desert

© BOB GIBBONS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY