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Makgadikgadi Pan

Makgadikgadi Pan which is the most visible left-over of the super lake Makgadikgadi, formed over more than five million years ago, and has the credit of being the world’s largest salt pan. For more than 10,000 years, Lake Makgadikgadi which had a larger area than that of Switzerland had started drying up because of the climatic shifts. The lake was ... Read More »