The Skeleton Coast is one of the world’s most desolate and eerily beautiful landscapes, stretching hundreds of miles north of Skakopmund, with a national park area covering almost 8,000 square miles. It shipwreck and whalebone-dotted shoreline extends to inland dunes and bush which supports hardy desert life like oryx, springbok, giraffe, the rare black rhino and even desert elephants.
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The Skeleton Coast National Park covers an area of 20,000 square km . The central section of the coast runs for about 250km and is a protected area.Desert elephants have been seen in the interior of the Skeleton Coast Park within the sand dunes.
Desert dwelling oryx, springbok, giraffe, brown hyena, ostrich, rare black rhino and lion are found inland where riverine bush supports the grazers and fresh water can usually be found.
Cape Frio seal colony contains several thousand Cape fur seals, and whales and dolphins swim this coast on their way to and from breeding grounds
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