The best place to see one of South Africa’s national treasures — the iconic “living stones’’ — is on a gentle rolling plain at the Knersvlakte in Namaqualand, says professor Guy Midgley, an expert in biodiversity and global change science at Stellenbosch University. It’s here where the tiny, cryptic succulents — the lithops — hug the hard desert ground.
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