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The Skeleton Coast Park in Namibia, is now acknowledged as one of Africa’s greatest treasures, in that it is one of the world’s last  great wildernesses. Initially proclaimed in 1971, in its present form  in 1973, extends from the Ugab River in the south for 500 km to the Kunene River in the north and about  40 km inland. Dense coastal fogs and cold sea breezes caused by the cold Benguela Current add atmosphere to the windswept beaches that  are littered with shipwrecks, bones and other debris.

The park also contains rich lichen fields (more  than 100 species have been recorded),  is a sanctuary for desert- dwelling Elephants, Rhino and Lion and the Kunene River mouth is a vital wetland.

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Skeleton Coast Park is one of Africa's greatest treasures
The only place like it in Africa, is the Skeleton coast park. A place filled with shipwrecks
Countless shipwrecks abondoned in the Skeleton Coast Park in Namibia
An image of a shipwreck in the Skeleton Coast park in Africa (Namibia)

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