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Loxodonta Africana

The African elephant (Loxodonta) is a genus comprising two living elephant species, the African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana) and the smaller African forest elephant (L. cyclotis). Loxodonta is one of two existing genera of the family Elephantidae. The name refers to the lozenge-shaped enamel of their molar teeth. Fossil remains of Loxodonta species have been excavated in Africa, dating to the middle Pliocene Epoch in

Loxodonta Africana2019-09-22T11:10:11+00:00

Lycaon Pictus Pictus

The Cape Wild Dog (Lycaon Pictus Pictus ), also known as the South Cape Wild Dog, Cape Hunting Dog, or the painted wolf, is native to Namibia and Southern Africa and a is a subspecies of Cape Wild Dog (Lycaon Pictus), which means ‘painted wolf’. The Cape  Wild Dog is a canid (a member of the Canidae family of animals). Other canids include dogs, wolves

Lycaon Pictus Pictus2019-08-01T14:50:49+00:00

New Documentary Released

A new documentary aimed at mitigating vilnerabilites of coastal communities to environmental and clomate change was produced by our Future Proof Productions Team in April 2019. The 18 minute video takes us to the story of Lüderitz and its vulnerably, describing the process of building resilience and reducing the vulnerability of the Lüderitz communities and stakeholders to climate variability and change of the marine fisheries

New Documentary Released2019-06-23T11:35:59+00:00

Elephant Summit

The Minister of Environment and Tourism Pohamba Shifeta joined by senior officials from the Ministry attended the Kasane elephant summit. The President, H.E Hage Geingob also attend the heads of states summit on 7 May 2019 to conclude the activities of the five days elephant summit. Minister Shifeta indicated that the resolutions of the summit are very important in assisting the region to move forward

Elephant Summit2019-06-23T11:22:20+00:00

Demographics

Namibia has the second-lowest population density of any sovereign country, after Mongolia.[133] The majority of the Namibian population is of Bantu-speaking origin—mostly of the Ovambo ethnicity, which forms about half of the population—residing mainly in the north of the country, although many are now resident in towns throughout Namibia. Other ethnic groups are the Herero and Himba people, who speak a similar language, and the

Demographics2019-06-22T19:37:51+00:00

GLAMPING

This is where Namibia's stunning nature meets modern luxury. The Future Proof Safari leads you to the untamed and completely unique parts of our country —without having to sacrifice your creature comforts. Modern travel has changed. The trend leads away from a generic, one-size-fits-all vacation. Future Proof Safari lets you explore on our terms and engage with our local culture, all whilst you have the

GLAMPING2019-09-19T03:09:46+00:00
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