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The lion had climbed into the tree in search of some shade but was forced to yelp for help when he found himself unable to get down. But it didn't take too long for the lion's brave big brother to notice his younger sibling may be in need of a
13 August 2013 0 View comments Hooves clash, teeth are bared and dust clouds billow around a whirl of black and white. These stunning pictures capture the moment a pair of zebras kick, bite and tear at each other to earn their stripes as leader of
The big cat tried its luck against the herd of 15 elephants by stalking the group and sipping from the same water hole. But one of the herd spotted the leopard, decided it was being far too bold and squirted a stream of water in its direction to shoo
THE Anti-Corruption Commission was cagey about the progress of its almost two-year-old investigation into millions of dollars which Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) lost due to dubious payments to contractors. When The Namibian inquired about a number
Gothenburg, Sweden There's good value in Sweden if you know where to look. That said, if you don't, even popping out for a pizza and beer can make for a pricey night by your home town's standards...Away from the glitzy main drag, Kungsportsavenyn (
Recent Posts July 09 Scientists studying elephant behavior in Namibia await the appearance of Greg, the dominant bull of the study population. July 06 Scientists search for biofluorescence, and a better understanding of its biological function, in a
Diane Armstrong There were six of us Aussies on this Peregrine Adventures tour and, as we drove along the rough sandy track that edged the lush grasses of the savannah in Botswana's Chobe National Park, we kept shouting to our driver, Cosmos, to stop,
Tourists Escape Plane Crash Helvy Shaanika 9 January 2012 Oshakati A Cessna plane made an emergency landing on water on a pan in the Etosha National Park last week. The aircraft has since been retrieved and was transported to Windhoek yesterday for
Ministry Assesses Fire Damage Helvy Shaanika 30 September 2011 Oshakati The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) is still assessing the extent of the damage caused by fire at Etosha National Park to quantify the financial losses incurred.
Kunene is not exactly fertile and rain is a precious thing Russell Vinjevold, our guide, broke into the soppiest of smiles. "Will you just look at that little chap!" To many bush-hardened southern Africans, a baby elephant sheltering under its mother'