Namibia is home to an abundance of Africa’s magnificent wildlife, but the animals must adapt to the most extreme conditions. Over thousands of years, savannah elephants became desert elephants, and lions underwent a similar transformation. Namibia boasts incredibly diverse landscapes that range from some of the world’s most arid deserts to lush bushlands and coastlines that are home to penguins and other seabirds.
In 2019, Namibia faced the most devastating drought recorded in recent history. The world must face the possibility that the country’s fragile wildlife could be one of the first major victims of climate change. This blue-chip production presents dramatic stories of fascinating wildlife alongside images that show the impact of climate change on one of the most magical places on Earth.