Nature Tracks - A Terrible Beauty
For centuries, the skeleton coast has scorned man’s encroachment. Shipwrecks and epitaphs are exhibited as perverse monuments to man’s defeat. Although seemingly inhospitable, the skeleton coast offers life to some - Jackal, Springbok, Cormorants and Seals, to name a few. These creatures have adapted to their desert environment and where people have not encroached, there is plenty for all. However, the seals face a ruthless competitor – man.