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green Desert in Tsondab-Valley/ Namibia/ Africa
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Nach der Regenzeit, die im März 2009 besonders kräftig ausfiel, zeigt sich die Vornamib in einem üppigem Mehr aus hüfthohem Gras. Kaum zu Glauben, das sies hier der Rand der Namibwüste ist.

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