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Central Botswana is at its best in Africa’s summer, when the region’s desert and salt pans turn to grassland, drawing parades of animals.
From then on, the record-breakers had to take to vast beaches at low tide; then inaccessible salt pans; then the remotest deserts; just to reach a number.
The beach is also used for salt panning by Hawaiians, who in summer harvest a pinkish-colored sea salt from the shallows.
When Steve took over, there were just three salt pans here.
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