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June 19, 2012

The black-faced impala – One of Namibia’s conservation success stories

By Amy Schoeman Imagine a larger and darker version of the graceful impala with its shiny reddish coat and long slender legs, add a distinctive dark […]
July 15, 2012
Skeleton coast shipwrecks by Paul van Schalkwyk (www.tala.com.na)

Shipwrecks – A legacy of stricken vessels

Hu Berry looks at the legacy of the Skeleton Coast shipwrecks in Namibia …  They heard the dreaded sound of keel rasping on submerged shoals as […]
August 28, 2012

Traditional jewellery – rich in symbolism and style

by Amy Schoeman In Namibia, as in other countries, the tradition of adorning the body goes back thousands of years. Evidence of this is found not […]
November 12, 2012

The indefatigable commiphoras – hardy, varied, adaptable

Nature Notes by Amy Schoeman The weird, fantastically shaped commiphoras of Namibia’s arid and semi-arid regions are an important component of Namibian flora. Represented by 25 […]

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