An eerie name for an long expanse of Atlantic coastline in Namibia, Africa. Called The Skeleton Coast because of remains of both creatures and vessels. In the past it was spotted with whale and seal skeletons, remnants of the old whaling industry. Now you can find old shipwrecks protruding out of the deep sand, a treacherous graveyard of seafaring.

Namibia’s Skeleton Skeleton Coast

A region that has little rain, harsh winds and an arid dessert, much of it is part of Skeleton Coast National Park

Photo take from the Travel section of The Telegraph. They own and copyright this photo.

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