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Springbok, Namibia
Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic
A herd of springbok bounds across Sperrgebiet National Park, 5.4 million newly protected acres on Namibia’s southwest coast. Superbly adapted for the harsh desert environment, springbok have increased their number to some 160,000 since the 1980s—one of several species recovering from historic lows.
National Geographic
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Springbok, Namibia

Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic

A herd of springbok bounds across Sperrgebiet National Park, 5.4 million newly protected acres on Namibia’s southwest coast. Superbly adapted for the harsh desert environment, springbok have increased their number to some 160,000 since the 1980s—one of several species recovering from historic lows.

National Geographic

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