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MICHAEL CLARKE SYDNEY AIRPORT

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke is greeted by wife Kyly, as he arrives at Sydney International Airport, Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014. Clarke has returned home from the team's one-day series in Zimbabwe, after aggravating a hamstring injury. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts)

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Viewpoint, Gonarezhou National Park , Zimbabwe

Gonarezhou National Park is a National Park located in south-eastern Zimbabwe. It is the second largest wildlife park in Zimbabwe. Gonarezhou is a Shona name meaning 'elephant's tusk.' It forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links Gonarezhou with the Kruger National Park in South Africa and the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique. Animals can move freely between the three sanctuaries

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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

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