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June 13, 2012

Securing the future of Namibia’s large carnivores

There is much concern about certain of Namibia’s carnivore species, notably lions, spotted hyaenas and wild dogs. Small populations of these animals inhabit vast areas, making […]
June 11, 2013

Event: Desert lion talk in Windhoek in June

In the 1980s Namibia’s desert lions were all but extinct. However, these lions with a “behaviour out of the ordinary” (National Geographic) have come back. Today, […]
August 7, 2013

Rebel desert lion swims across borders

UPDATE On August 1, the desert lion nicknamed Terrace (XPL-68) caused surprise and concern when he swam 76 metres across the Kunene river, taking him from […]
August 16, 2013

Desert lion back home

After spending about two weeks in Angola, the desert lion, nicknamed the Terrace male (XPL-68), re-crossed the Kunene river back into Namibia – his home territory. His […]
August 20, 2013

Remarkable journey of the rebel desert lion

On August 16, the desert lion “XPL 68”, nicknamed the “Terrace male”, crossed the Kunene river to return home to Namibia. This was a significant and […]
November 11, 2013

In Aid of the Desert Lion

In his latest news update, Dr Flip Stander, the man renowned for his work to document and protect the Namibian desert lions, proudly announced that due […]
November 18, 2013

The man behind the Desert Lion Project

Opinion piece By Heiko Denker In the cool morning breeze a lion strolls towards the crest of the dune, slowly, majestically,  like a king. At the top […]
September 3, 2015

Desert lions: A fight for survival

We were making our way down the Hoanib when he came out from behind a bush on the riverbank. He was beautiful. Strong and young. And by the collar around his neck I immediately knew who he was. His brother followed soon after and the two young male lions made their way down the dry river toward an unknown destination.

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