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Savuti is a region of Botswana’s Chobe National Park, renowned for its elephants and lions. This design depicts the area during the twenty five year dry cycle that only recently ended when the Savuti Channel began to flow again. A flock of Southern Carmine Bee-eaters gather in the ancient skeleton of a Leadwood tree, with one riding on the back of a Kori Bustard – Botswana’s national bird.
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