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For over 60 years, Mopane trees that were drowned in Lake Kariba still stand as a reminder of what progress costs.
Lake Kariba is the world's largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It borders Zimbabwe and Zambia. Around its perimeter lie Mopane trees, that have not succumbed to the rising water, but have become as hard as steel, and are now nesting sites for cormorants.
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