Geology for Global Development

Friday Photo (84): Wildlife in the Field – Ostriches at the Craton Boundary

These wild ostriches (two female on the left hand side, one male on the right) are lined up alongside the boundary between the Congo and the Kalahari cratons in southern Namibia. The craton boundary is marked by a visible fault scarp.

(c) Geology for Global Development 2013

Rosalie is the Himalayas Programme Officer for Geology for Global Development and writer for the GfGD blog. She is a geochemistry PhD student at University College London.

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