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Namaqualand
Namaqualand0Namaqualand is a region in southwestern Africa. The Orange River divides this area into Little Namaqualand in South Africa and Great Namaqualand in Namibia. This predominantly desert region receives minimal rainfall, averaging between 50 and 200 mm annually.

Despite its aridity, Namaqualand is renowned for its breathtaking floral displays. Each spring, after the winter rains, the landscape transforms as millions of wildflowers, including the iconic Namaqua daisies, burst into vibrant bloom. The region’s flora, particularly its succulent plants, have adapted to survive the harsh desert conditions and attract a diverse array of pollinators.

The South African portion of Namaqualand, part of the Northern Cape, houses several significant reserves. Namaqua National Park, covering 55,000 ㎢, showcases the unique biodiversity of the Succulent Karoo Biome. The Goegap Nature Reserve is a sanctuary for 92 bird species and over 45 mammal species, including the endangered Hartmann’s zebra.
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Richtersveld National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site within Little Namaqualand, hosts numerous animal, bird, and plant species, including the halfmens succulent, known for its human-like silhouette.

In addition to its incredible biodiversity, the region has rich mineral deposits. Mining is a prominent industry in Namaqualand, with copper, diamond, and other precious stones mined throughout the land.

Hannah Kim
For The Junior Times
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인쇄기능입니다.
1. What divides Namaqualand into Little Namaqualand and Great Namaqualand?
2. Name two significant reserves located in the South African portion of Namaqualand.
3. What species can be found in the Goegap Nature Reserve?
4. How do the flora of Namaqualand adapt to the desert conditions?
 
1. What do you think would be the most interesting part of visiting Namaqualand?
2. How do you think plants and animals survive in extreme conditions like those in Namaqualand?
3. Why do you think it’s important to protect natural areas like Namaqualand’s reserves?
4. What role do you think mining plays in the economy of regions like Namaqualand?
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