From Daniele Biaggi’s article for Wired Italia [translated from Italian]:

In the heart of southern Africa, Botswana offers an uncontaminated and wild nature populated by a very rich fauna: the Okavango river, which crosses the savannah and opens its delta between the sandy expanses of the Kalahari desert, forms a complex river system, between islets, canals and lagoons, ideal habitat for elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, eagles and pelicans.

The lunar landscape of the Makgadikgadi Pans, among the largest salt marshes on earth, a legacy of a large lake that once lapped the Okavango and Chobe rivers, today appears colored with a delicate turquoise color due to the presence of a particular variety of algae, and houses ostriches, ibises and thousands of pink flamingos.

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