Sandkünstler in Höchstform

Welt / 10.06.2014 • 22:34 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
Sand artist Sbonello Maphalala works on a figure of a hippopotamus on a beach near St. Lucia, South Africa, Saturday, June 7, 2014, among other African animals found in government run game parks. Due to poaching in the area Rhino and other animals are traded on the black market supporting the illegal trade of Rhino horn, used as a symbol of status by some Asian's. (AP Photo/Dolf van Zuydam)

Sand artist Sbonello Maphalala works on a figure of a hippopotamus on a beach near St. Lucia, South Africa, Saturday, June 7, 2014, among other African animals found in government run game parks. Due to poaching in the area Rhino and other animals are traded on the black market supporting the illegal trade of Rhino horn, used as a symbol of status by some Asian’s. (AP Photo/Dolf van Zuydam)

Sandkünstler Sbonello Maphalala kann alle möglichen Figuren formen. Hier verleiht er im südafrikanischen St. Lucia einem Nilpferd den letzten Schliff. Foto: AP

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