Behati Prinsloo Levine writes that saving Namibia's near-extinct black rhino population requires a collective effort, because though it may be a world away for many, the extinction of one species has a devastating global domino effect.
A 50-year-old elephant revered as an icon in Namibia was shot dead this week — sparking uproar from local conservation groups who claimed the animal was killed for no good reason. The male elephant, popularly known as Voortrekker, was a part of the rare Ugab desert-adapted herd, was killed last week in the Omatjete area,...
The killing of a 50-year alpha elephant bull in Namibia has caused an uproar in the southern African nation, with conservation and tourism groups accusing the government of authorizing the hunt for the animal without proper cause.
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