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Skeleton Coast

By: Amy Schoeman
148 pages, 160 col photos
Skeleton Coast
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  • Skeleton Coast ISBN: 9781868125937 Hardback Dec 1996 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Namibia's Skeleton Coast, once feared for its treachery to seafarers, is now prized as a wilderness and area of great beauty. This book covers all aspects of the coast's intrigues - from the geology and elusive minerals, which originally made the area famous, to descriptions of the plants and animals that have adapted to life in a place without water, as well as a history of man's efforts to battle this hostile environment.

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By: Amy Schoeman
148 pages, 160 col photos
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