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South African Birds: Coast, Forest and Fynbos

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South African Birds: Coast, Forest and Fynbos. The extensive coastline of South Africa is primarily bordered by areas of forest or fynbos (fynbos is the heathland of the Western Cape containing exceptionally high biodiversity). Many of the birds in the forest and fynbos are highly adapted and are often endemic. Despite the extremely dynamic and rich coastal waters of South Africa, these waters contain many predators, and coastal birds need to be adapted to live in these dangerous waters.

South African Birds: Coast, Forest and Fynbos is a lightbox of stock images by Adam Brooker. Please click here to view the original photo set on GlobalEye stock. You can also view more great photography from here.

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