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Japanese Macaque mother nursing young, Japan. By MICHIO HOSHINO

Life and Death by Isak Pretorius The Tsauchab (Southern Namibia) river cuts into the dunes and every 10 years pushes in enough water to feed the dry pans with a little water. The constant moving dunes had cut off Deadvlei pan from this water source and it now only get water from rare local rains. Deadvlei at one point had a number of trees. This is a water runoff pattern on the pan that resembled a tree, symbolizing an era that had passed.