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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.
Born Aug. 26, the now 6-foot, 5-inch male calf is growing about an inch per day, and steadily gaining weight, park animal care staff members report. For more on the story, go to http://www.timesheraldonline.com .
Award winning chef Ben Shewry and satirist John Clarke also have the passport stamp to prove it...Now another Kiwi expat is en route to his new home in Australia...However, Jelani's journey across the Tasman is a little more complicated than most.
San Francisco Giants rookie Brandon Belt, recently nicknamed "baby giraffe" by broadcaster Duane Kuiper, met his namesake Thursday at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. Click on the photo at right to see a slideshow of the Brandons or scroll
Videos David Schwimmer and wife Zoe Buckman arrived at NYC's JFK airport yesterday with their 3-month-old daughter, Cleo. The trio made their way inside the international terminal, equipped with all their baby gear, ready to catch a flight headed out
The now four-week-old giraffe was the second born at Riverbanks in July (the other on July 11), bringing the Zoos herd to 8 members strong. There have been six giraffe births at Riverbanks since February 2009. "In recent years, the Zoos mammal
I've been to a few ancient African rock art sites like on Mfangano island in Lake Victoria and on the shores of Lake Turkana called Lokori which in Turkana means "place of giraffes." In this harsh desert, there's not a single giraffe in view, long
Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda said the ban would stay in place until investigations into the theft ended. The ban would affect businesses licensed to sell animals to zoos around the world, correspondents say. 'Crime syndicate' Police said the animals
Young Maya's sailboat glides by against a beautiful sunset. (Tim Gebhart/The Epoch Times) I watched Jon Lemerond, an instructor in the southern Wisconsin Young Rembrandts program, teach a class and felt a little envious, wishing I had something like
Teetering on its two feet to reach a tasty meal high up in the trees, the hungry beast backed up onto his hind legs before stretching out his long trunk and tearing down some of his favourite leaves to snack on. And in an exact copy of a giraffe, the