Kel's & Lynnie's Safari adventure ends at the Chob

Trip Start May 01, 2012
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Trip End May 24, 2012


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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Our Safari adventure continues to the Chobe River which is located on the northern Boundary of the park. The park protects about 10,700 square km. of the northern Kalahari. Herds of buffalo, elephants and many species of birds frequent the Chobe river front. The Chobe river separates Botswana from Nambia in an area known as the "Caprivi strip". 
 
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ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN THE LAST BLOG: 
1. The other Bridge over the River Khwai is located in Siam!
2. Elephants are known as a "Keystone species" because they are the most dominant animal in that habitat. It's populations numbers give an indication of the status of this ecosystem.
3. The Lilac Breasted Roller is Botswana's national bird.

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