Nov. 4, 2011 at 7:59 AM ET
Post updated Monday, Nov. 7 at 7:15 a.m. ET:
Matt revealed he was broadcasting on Day 1 on his Where in the World trip from the Skeleton Coast in Namibia, Africa! Read about his journey here.
Did you guess correctly?
The on-air clue given Friday hinted to the fact that kids are afraid of skeletons, few people live in the desert and sand skiing is all the rave there.
The picture clue was a close-up shot of the Eduard Bohlen shipwreck. It crashed off of the Skeleton Coast in Namibia about 100 years ago in 1909. "Today it's mostly jackals and the occasional brown hyena who live in it," TODAY producer Robin Sindler wrote. Check out a video that contains the wreck here.
Where in the world will Matt broadcast from Monday morning? Here are clues that will help you solve his riddle.
First is the clue that Matt revealed this morning on TODAY:
It conjures up thoughts of a child's worst fright, but there are no people to scare in this skier’s delight.
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