PBS - Namib, Africa's Burning Shore
On the coast of Africa, sea, wind, sand and sun join like nowhere else on Earth.
This is the Namib, a 1,200-mile (2,000 km) stretch along the southwest African coast, where a burning desert touches an icy sea.
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Place the unstuffed copy of the screen saver in the Control Panels folder of your System Folder.
Turn off any other screen savers that may be running. Restart your computer.
You can trash the .sit file once the screen saver has been extracted.
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