Tag Archive: Black Rhinos

‘Stand Together’ Music Video Supports Rhino Conservation in Namibia

Desert Rhino Safari in Namibia

A new music video for a conservation-driven song called Stand Together showcases the Namibian people’s commitment to protecting their nation’s prolific wildlife, especially the critically endangered black rhino populations. Several Namibian artists combined their musical talents to create “Stand Together,”…
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Black Rhinos Survive in the Deserts of Namibia

Black Rhino in Namibia

Due largely to the high value of powdered rhino horns in traditional Chinese medicine, poachers killed 98 percent of the rhinos in Africa between 1960 and 1995. Even now, rhino populations continue to decline rapidly around the world. In 2011, both a…
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Five Can't-Miss Things to Do in Namibia

dune 7 sossusvlei namibia

Mention the word ‘safari’ and most people will probably picture thousands of wildebeest thundering across the Serengeti plains or a leopard prowling through a verdant wildlife oasis like Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Namibia, compared to some of the Africa’s better-known safari…
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