google_color_url = "FFFFFF"; The desert has an area of around 360,000 square miles. The birds feed on the brine shrimps and algae found in the shallow lake waters. In fact, a group of baobabs 9:2. google_ui_features = "rc:0"; In some rare cases, they will also feed on fungi and plants. The nests are build in a manner to maintain optimum temperatures for the birds, their eggs, and hatchlings. Memory Text: Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. The puff adder (Bitis arietans) is a venomous viper found in the Kalahari. Committee sessions Statutory Documents Committee decisions More sessions... 44th session (2020) 14th Extraordinary session (2020) 43rd session (2019) 42nd session (2018), General Assembly 23rd GA UNESCO Paris (2021) 22nd GA UNESCO Paris (2019) 21st GA UNESCO Paris (2017), About World Heritage The Convention, Convention Text Policy Compendium Operational Guidelines The Emblem The States Parties The Advisory Bodies The Centre Employment & Internships Who's Who, The List World Heritage List World Heritage in Danger New Inscriptions Criteria for Selection Tentative Lists World Heritage List Nominations, Reporting & Monitoring State of Conservation (SOC) Periodic Reporting Questionnaires 2008-2015 Reactive Monitoring Africa Arab States Asia & Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Europe and North America, Partnerships Become a Partner What Partners Do Our Partners, Activities All our activities Volunteer Group Tools. 29:1-14, Dan. The desert has an area of around 360,000 square miles.

A member of the weaver family, these birds are known for their ability to build massive community nests, one of the most spectacular structures of nature. All maps, graphics, flags, photos and original descriptions © 2020 The Real Jerusalem seemingly appearing to be in the Kalahari Desert . google_ad_client = "pub-5387217387406024"; The area also represents the rare geomorphic features such as a mosaic of pans and fossil river valleys as well as vegetated sand dunes which sustain unique biodiversity.