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Maps, showing habitat and ecosystems?

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In trying to plan our Botswana (and maybe SA and/or Namibia) safari, one thing that is important to me is sampling different types of habitat, different ecosystems - mopane forest, grassland, marsh, deep delta, whatever. As I am a visual person, I love maps, and studying maps. I read them and dream. Does anyone know of a good map that has habitats on it that I could study? I would like to be able to correlate the camps to the habitats, and animal and plant communities that live in them.
I will get the Bradt guide, and there is a lot of information on the internet on each camp and where it is, but I would like to see the whole picture.

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