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Chobe River - River Highlights:
Wildlife, Slave trade sites
The Cuando River (usually spelled Kwando in Namibia) is a river in south-central Africa flowing through Angola and Namibia's Caprivi Strip, into the Linyanti Swamp on the northern border of Botswana. Below the swamp the river is called the Linyanti River, and further east the Chobe River, before it flows into the Zambezi River. The Cuando system is noted for its wildlife and for most of its length the land either side is protected as game reserves or wildlife management areas. Some of these suffered poaching during wars and conflict in Namibia and Angola, but with peace restored in those countries they have the chance of returning to their former state.

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