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Rhino baby
Issue 2 (May 2008) The desert-adapted black rhino that live in the Kunene Region of northwest Namibia are the only rhino world-wide that have survived on communal land with no formal conservation status.
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Adopt a fairy circle
Issue 2 (May 2008) Mysterious bare circles in the sand dot the landscape along the edge of the Namib Desert stretching from the northwestern Cape into southern Angola.
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Border bonus
Issue 2 (May 2008) Two new border crossings have been opened between Namibia and South Africa, giving some exciting new possibilities for the more adventurous self-drive tourist.
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Protecting the wild horses
Issue 2 (May 2008) Whenever the south-western Namib is hit by a drought the wild horses there are among the first animals to suffer.
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Singing the blues
Issue 2 (May 2008) Ten years after it was first tagged in Etosha a rare Blue Crane bird has been traced.
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