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Okavango

UK, 1975 (MIFF 1977)

Director: M.C. Rosenberg

The wildlife of the Okavango delta is threatened by Botswana's new and developing industries which use more and more water as their production increases Water, which can come from only one source—the Okavango delta—and on which the abundant wildlife depends for its survival.

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