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Phantom of Etosha
Issue 4 (May 2009) On a morning game drive in the Okondeka region of Etosha, an eerie snow-white ghost appeared out the bush – an albino black-backed jackal.
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Camera snap
Issue 4 (May 2009) A curious young lion was caught on film moments before he ripped out a new waterhole webcam and used it as a toy.
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Rhino monitoring
Issue 4 (May 2009) Extra ‘rhino monitors’ are being drafted in to observe, record and protect rhino populations in Namibia. The monitors – or field scouts – are a crucial tool in the conservation of the black rhino which lives on conservancies and private land.
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Guide Focus: Abram Tsumib, Mushara Lodge
Issue 4 (May 2009) From father to son. Abram Tsumib is from the Hei-///chum, a nomadic San tribe that was forcibly moved out of Etosha in the early 1950s. Abram’s father Jan had to leave his birth place, half a kilometre away from a snake-ridden waterhole called Ngobib.
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Cinderella's chamber-made
Issue 4 (May 2009) The Cinderella waxbill is a stunning little bird that is found only in Kunene in Namibia and just across the border in Angola.
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