Namibia is a dry land, largely taken up by a dusty plain dotted with trees and covered with sparse pasture for cattle, sheep and goats. Along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean are the sandy wastes of the Namib Desert, one of the driest places on Earth. In the east spreading in Botswana, is another arid wilderness – the Kalahari Desert.
Droughts are common and Namibian farmers must struggle to grow crops of corn and millet in this harsh landscape. However, the terrain does conceal Namibia’s vast natural wealth – its reserves of diamonds and uranium.
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