The Etosha pan, located in the north of Namibia, is the largest salt pan in Africa ant it measures120km from east to west and 60km from north to south. The pan is dried out except for several months in the summer rainy season. The pan is surrounded by the grassland of Savanna where numerous animals live. 114 species of mammals and 340 species of birds have been recorded. During the winter dry season, wild animals come to water holes studded in the pan. Water holes are quite busy especially in the late afternoon and animals are often queueing.


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