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Front View of Huge African Elephant Named Boswell at Mana Pools, Zimbabwe Featured Related Images Print

Front View of Huge African Elephant Named Boswell at Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

Boswell, a large African Elephant in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe has learned to balance himself on two legs so that he can reach up for the freshest branches, a skill that only a handful of Elephants have mastered

© Vicki Jauron

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Ancient camel thorn trees (Vachellia erioloba) in fog in Dead Vlei, Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Namibia Featured Related Images Print

Ancient camel thorn trees (Vachellia erioloba) in fog in Dead Vlei, Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namib Desert, Namibia

Vachellia erioloba (camel thorn, giraffe thorn is a tree of southern Africa in the family Fabaceae. Its preferred habitat is the deep dry sandy soils in parts of South Africa, Botswana, the western areas of Zimbabwe and Namibia. The tree can grow up to 17 meters high. It is slow growing, very hardy to drought and fairly frost resistant. The wood is dark reddish brown in color and extremely dense and strong. It is a good for fires, which leads to widespread clearing of dead trees and the felling of healthy trees. It produces ear shaped pods, favored by a large number of herbivores including cattle. The seeds can be roasted and used as a substitute for coffee beans

© Ellen Goff / DanitaDelimont.com

Cheer, Boys! Cheer by Augustus Harris, Raleigh and Hamilton Featured Related Images Print

Cheer, Boys! Cheer by Augustus Harris, Raleigh and Hamilton

Cheer, Boys! Cheer by Sir Augustus Harris (18 March 1852 22 June 1896), Cecil Raleigh (27 January 1856 10 November 1914) and Henry Hamilton (c. 1853 4 September 1918). First produced at the Drury Lane Theatre in London on 19th September 1895. The outbreak of war prompted the revival of this old melodrama at the Princes Theatre on 17th October 1914, as it dealt with military exploits in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, but it ran for only 33 performances. Reverse bears a stirring verse by Henry Russell? The artists signature looks like S. Brimult? Date: 1914

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library