National Geographic : 1944 Sep
Rhodesia, Hobby and Hope of Cecil Rhodes 285 Staff Photographer W. Robert Moore "Douse That Cigarette, Mister, and Take Care of Your Matches" There are millions of trees ahead. Near Penhalonga operators of the Imbeza Forest Estate have planted well over 3,000 acres to eucalyptus, Carolina poplar, cypress, and pine. Some forests are now 17 years old and produce box wood and mine timbers (page 298). A. G. & A. W. Redfern "Pardon Me if I Yawn!" A lazy old hippopotamus "surfaces" in the Sabi River in Southern Rhodesia. During the heat of day these huge, piglike beasts spend much of their time under water, rising occasionally to breathe. At nighttime they shuffle to the banks to feed on grass.