Namibia: Wildlife (at the Etosha Park)

When taking a trip to Namibia wildlife is always in sight. So here it is, from my eyes, in form of a photo diary. The pictures will speak for themselves this time.

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N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary

A great opportunity to be face-to-face with Namibia’s greatest predators is the Wildlife Sanctuary N/a’an ku sê. Here, animals who normally wouldn’t survive in the wilderness, because of disabilities or because their parents were killed by poachers, can find shelter. They are nurtured back to health and are possibly returned to the wild later. It was unreal watching these wild animals from this close, while they were curiously and suspiciously eyeing every step I took.

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