Of all the countries of Africa there is one that wears a crown for wildlife: Namibia. But now properties and industries are slowly swallowing the land where Namibia's wild animals roam. Poaching is also on the rise. With the threats comes hope: Namibian government experts, biologists and scientists have joined forces to develop simple, innovative strategies to stop the tide of destruction. Black rhinos, African elephants and cheetahs play major roles in this endeavour.