WEBINAR | Namibia's Unique Wildlife in the World's Oldest Desert
A safari across Namibia takes you from the world’s tallest sand dunes to broad, dry rivers, from jumbled rocky mountains to endless, empty beaches. Journey through this vast wilderness with our Namibia partner Craig Glatthaar as he introduces some of the hardy wildlife that has adapted to the planet’s oldest desert. Namibia has more endemic species than any other African country, and Craig will be unfolding radical stories about Namibian animals that live nowhere else on Earth. Learn how Namibia’s elephants, wild dog, black rhino, oribi and puku have managed to adapt to harsh, arid environs—they are just a few of the endangered species that have evolved to survive in Namibia’s austere landscapes. From the remote Skelton Coast to the sprawling private nature reserves of Kulala and Ongava, Namibia’s dramatic vistas and singular wildlife experiences are among Africa’s best-kept secrets—and a truly distinctive opportunity for photographers. Travel along on our webinar to meet some of Namibia’s unusual species and see all there is to explore in this lesser-known safari country.
Originally presented September 6, 2016
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