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The evasive golden mole has no eyes, the impressive oryx can withstand weeks of scorching heat without drinking any water and the scavenging lappet-faced vulture scours the landscape for carcasses and waterholes. To each creature, a unique ability and a special skill set is bestowed. Consider the resourcefulness of the yellow-haired dune ant, which cleverly collects honeydew from aphids, strategically defeats colonies of termites and carefully hoards bird-droppings from its surroundings. Even the most minuscule of beings has its place within the Kalahari, the world's oldest desert. Observe these creatures in action from Wolwedans Dunes Lodge.
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