Damaraland


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Damaraland

(dəˈmɑːrəˌlænd)
n
(Placename) a plateau region of central Namibia, the traditional homeland of the Damara people
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The earliest theory was that it was a portrait of a white person, possibly a woman, who might have reached Damaraland long before the western colonists did.
Eusociality in African mole-rats: new insights from patterns of genetic relatedness in the Damaraland mole-rat (Cryptomys damarensis).
* THE "WHITE LADY," DEEMED AS SUCH BY A GERMAN EXPLORER IN DAMARALAND, is one among many ancient San stone paintings around Namibia.
In 2000, 40 per cent of the world's black rhino population lived in Namibia and people are able to track them on foot in the arid Damaraland region.
Liz signed up for the trip and before she knew it she was headed for Anixab Damaraland, in the Kunene region of Namibia.
Manganese is one, fluorspar another, and the latest, the so-called rare earth elements, for which I know some very dedicated exploration outfits are hunting in Damaraland.
Damaraland is home to the unique desert-adapted elephant as well as the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Twyfelfontein.
(2011) Herrschaft und Alltag im vorkolonialen Zentralnamibia: das Herero- und Damaraland im 19.
Edrey is the lead author of research that compared lifelong NRG-1 levels across seven species of rodents, from mice and guinea pigs to blind mole rats and Damaraland mole rats.
He was born in Damaraland in the territory then known as South West Africa around 1867 and at the age of ten was enrolled in Zonnebloem College in Cape Town.
"Welcome to hell," he had said with a wry smile when we met a few days earlier in the Palmwag Concession, a 450,000 hectare conservancy in Damaraland, on the central eastern edge of the world's oldest desert.