Description: Namibia: Grazing can have a strong impact on the composition of plant cover. The photo shows the farm Duruchaus in central Namibia (right hand side of the fence) where intensive grazing by a high number of sheep and goats caused differences in the species composition of the vegetation compared to the neighbouring farm (cattle farming): there is a lower cover by perennial grasses and palatable dwarf shrubs.
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© BIOTA AFRICA/Dirk Wesuls
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