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Etosha National Park

Caitlin Graaf
Etosha National Park415-kilometers north of Windhoek and encompassing more than 20,000 square kilometers of open land, Etosha National Park is truly vast. The park’s dry terrain changes from desert to semi-desert to open savannas and is home to a variety of unique wildlife species.
Our last stop before we headed back to Windhoek was Etosha which is one of Africa’s best game parks. There are a total of 114 species of mammals, including the rare and endangered black rhino, cheetah, and black-faced impala. The only animals aren’t found in Etosha are the hippo and crocodile. Almost every other animal can be found roaming the park. There are also about 340 different species of birds including the ostrich and secretary birds. It is also almost guaranteed to see lion when visiting Etosha.