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Marula Tree Featured Related Images Print

Marula Tree

Marula Tree (Sclerocarya birrea). Southern Africa. grows wild and occurs in large numbers in many dry, low-lying areas of Southern Africa. Marula oil which is pressed from the seeds have scientifically proven properties for skin and/or hair care. From this oil Swazi Secrets in Swaziland is producing cosmetics spead all over the world

© Augusto Leandro Stanzani / ardea.com

Satellite view of Southern Africa Featured Related Images Print

Satellite view of Southern Africa

Stunning view of South Africa. The arid, rugged Great Karoo runs along the southern coast where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. From an indigenous word meaning dry thirst land, the Great Karoo's mountains and plains are home to a rich variety of plants and animals, including some of South Africa's most endangered species. The tan folds of the Nuweveld Mountain Range separate the Great Karoo in the south from the Northern Karoo in the north.
The brown and orange landscape that surrounds South Africa's northwestern borders is the Kalahari Desert, a vast sand basin marked by dunes and dry savannah vegetation. The southern edge of the desert is defined by the Orange River, which also forms South Africa's northwestern border with Namibia. In center and east South Africa, the ragged northern border is formed by the Molopo/Limpopo River.
Within South Africa is the enclave, Lesotho. This tiny mountainous country covers an area of 30, 355 square kilometers, slightly smaller than the state of Maryland. Northeast of Lesotho is the smaller country, Swaziland, with an area of 17, 363 square kilometers. Along the top of the image, from left to right, are Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique

© Stocktrek Images

King Sobhusa coming to London. The High Priest of Swaziland. His long finger nails Featured Related Images Print

King Sobhusa coming to London. The High Priest of Swaziland. His long finger nails

King Sobhusa coming to London.
The High Priest of Swaziland. His long finger nails are a testimony to his exalted position. He can make but little use of his hands or the nails would break.
3 January 1923

© TopFoto.co.uk

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