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Conservation Safaris: Black Rhinos of Namibia's Damaraland

Bushtracks' Specialist Guide David Bristow details how one of Africa's harshest environments sustains and protects critically endangered black rhinos of Namibia's Damaraland Desert.  It is something of an irony that the desert-adapted black rhinos (Diceros bicornis spp. bicornis) of Namibia’s harsh Damaraland region, surviving as they are at the virtual limits of their environmental and evolutionary limits, should represent the best survival chances for the species.
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Posted in: African Wildlife Foundation, African Wildlife Conservation, Black Rhinos

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