Elephants at camp locations in Namibia


1 camp locations has kept elephants in Namibia
There is presently 9 (5,4) living elephants in camp locations in Namibia (in this database)

Region: Namibia is in this database included in africaOther regions
Location holdings:

1 camp locations has kept 9 elephants in Namibia

(Database tables with collection of elephants further down on the page)

Elephants in camp locations9 (5,4) living0 (0,0) dead
Sex ratio and
Management:
 Male  5 / 9 
 56%
 Female  4 / 9 
 44%
 Free contact  0 / 9  0%
 Protected contact  0 / 9  0%
 No contact  0 / 9  0%
 Unknown contact  0 / 9  0%
 wild  7 / 9 
 78%

1884-1915: Present Namibia was refered to as German South-West Africa.

1915-1988 (officially 1990): Present Namibia was refered to as South-West Africa.

2020: The Namibian elephant population has trebled since 1990, which has resulted in a sharp spike in human-elephant conflict.


Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan, Facts about elephants in Namibia. Elephant Encyclopedia, (2021) available online retrieved at https://www.elephant.se/country.php?name=Namibia.
(archived at the Wayback machine)

Sources, among others


Internal relevant links

  • The elephant database startpage. Statistics
  • News about elephants in Namibia (From the sister site Elephant News)


  • NameElephant collectionTypePlaceDistrictProvinceStateRegion
    Okambara Elephant Lodge
    Kept totally 9 elephants
    , 9 present (5,4)5 births0 relocated0 deathscampWindhoek



    This document was updated: 2010-09-10 14:06:28


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