Gallery: Strange “Fairy Circles” Appear in the Middle of Africa’s Namib...

He spotted that without grass to absorb rainwater and the release it back into the air (evaporation), any water available would collect in the porous, sandy soil.

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  1. Craig Schaffer October 17, 2014 at 2:25 am

    The wording of the article references the location of the desert as if the author thinks Africa is a single country. Nobody ever writes “North America’s Mojave Desert”. The Namib desert is in a country called Namibia. Prior to 1990 it was called Southwest Africa, which since is deemed a colonialist, politically incorrect reference to the country…

  2. Kristina Reed March 6, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Maybe it’s the Arcturians

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