Podcast Episode 92 l The Story of the Dabbous Giraffes

Thin line from each giraffe mouth - Bradshaw Foundation
Thin line from each giraffe mouth - Bradshaw Foundation
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Deep in the heart of the Sahara Desert, amidst the scorching sands and towering dunes, lies a remarkable archaeological treasure – the Dabous Giraffes. They can be found on a sandstone outcrop in the Ténéré desert in the first foothills of the Aïr Mountains in North Central Niger. We tell their story in this episode of the 360 on History Podcast.

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