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A Big Year for... Botswana

THE WORLD WIDE Fund for Nature and the Zoological Society of London have just released a report stating that by 2020 the world is on track to have lost twothirds of the animal, fish, reptile and bird population it had in 1970. In Africa, signature species (lion, rhino, elephant and cheetah) are disappearing at an alarming rate, while the habitats they once roamed are shrinking rapidly. But there are still islands of biodiversity across the continent, mainly in East and Southern Africa, where national parks and adjacent conservancies combat encroaching human habitation and poaching. Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Namibia all have excellent wildlife parks. But Botswana’s offer the best all-round experience.

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