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Lightning Update
Our resident GPS-collared female leopard "Lightning",   Africa's longest studied leopard has continued to be a remarkable ambassador for her species here in the Namib region of Namibia.  Analysis of her kill sites over the past few months have revealed Spri...

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Volunteer Update
Thanks for an amazing week! It's been a blast tracking Lightning and checking over 8000 photos worth of twigs and branches on a camera trap, imagining both pigs and cave trolls at the end! Thanks to Noodle for being an ungrateful little "toe rag" (edited fo...

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Student Intern: Kellie Laity
Hi
everyone! My name is Kellie Laity, and I am working on my Master’s Degree at
Duke University in the United States. I had the pleasure of working with Matt
and Kate at Neuras on my Master’s thesis during the months of June and July in
2014. My thesis is w...

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Namibia is Ebola Free: Information for future visitors
Dear N/a’an ku sê friends, volunteers and guests. In light of the recent Ebola focus in the media, we would like to soothe anyone’s worries about traveling to Namibia.  The Ebola Virus has not erupted in Namibia, it is still safe to visit the most beautiful...

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Einstein Update: You Win Some you Loose Some
Now not to worry, Einstein is alive and well; unfortunately however, he is now inside a large enclosure at N/a'an ku se's Wildlife Sanctuary. The reason for this is because in only a few weeks after his release Einstein proved himself to be an habitual live...

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Cave Adventure
The country of Namibia is a geologist's paradise, and Neuras with its Fountains, Canyon and Mountain range has plenty to keep them busy. Neuras has a unique cave system near our "Honey Canyon" that only two research teams have explored, once in 1995 and ano...

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Volunteer Update - Week 32
 Week 32 volunteers. " I have had a great week here at Neuras and gained some good research skills to assist with tracking carnivores. My favourite activities would have to be exploring the nearby canyons and of course meeting and feeding the cheetahs at th...

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Volunteer Update
Week 28 Volunteers. Poppy Stanbury. Week 30 Volunteers. " What we liked most and caught our attention was the different ways to search for the big cats; VHF and GPS tracking, observation of tracks and scatology.  Although, despite all these efforts and the ...

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Volunteer Update - Week 26
Week 26 Volunteers " Staying at Neuras has been such an exceptional experience; seeing Sossusvlei, the infamous dunes and Dead Vlei was absolutely amazing. It was such a unique landscape and so amazing to see.  Going to the Namib Carnivore Conservation Cent...

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Volunteer Update - Week 25
Week 25 volunteers: Teagan, Bree, Emily, Madeline, Lisa, Grushenka, Aswini, Kelly, Rita and Georgina.  And introducing staff member Karl Fester. " When I came to this place I wasn't expecting something as good as what I found. I loved this and the people in...
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