Wild feral horses photographed in southern Namibia. These mysterious animals are unique, having evolved to survive this barren environment and can survive on just one drink of water in five days. During years of good rainfall they thrive, their numbers fluctuating around the 200 mark. The drought prone region has led to understandably high mortality amongst foals, compounded by the fact that they share their habitat with predators like leopard, cheetah, brown hyaena and the black-backed jackal. Their only water source is a man made water trough near Aus, which they share with the other inhabitants of the desert.

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