Animal Stamp of Namibia

The Republic of Nambia is the last independent country of African Continent 53 countries. Indigenous people Coisanean are lived there, but a person from Europe used there from the 15th century, and Namibia was become with protection territory of a German country as South Western Africa in 1884. It was admitted into South Africa territory for 1949 years after World War I. Independent feeling rose in 1960's and finally achieved independence as the Republic of Nambia in 1990.
Five kinds of animals and a small seat comprising one kind of insects were issued in 2000 by this Repubric of Namibia.
The small seat consisting of eight kinds of stamps which it drew the seven kinds of animal and one kind of insect of the Namibian central plateau on was issued in 2001.
Two kinds of animals and one kind of insect and one kind of plant and microbe one kind are drawn on five kinds of stamps published as animals and plants new discovery stamp in 2003 year.
Five kinds of animals and two kinds of class arthropoda and four kinds of plants and Cnidaria one kind are drawn on 12 kinds of stamps issued as a Namibian biological diversity stamp in 2007.

Repubric of Namibia
2000.5.22 Animal Stamp of Namib Desert
Namib Desert Golden Mole
Eremitalpa granti namibensis
Namib Desert Dune Lizard
Aporosaura anchietae
Brown Hyena
Hyaena brunnea
Dune Lark
Certhilauda erythrochlamys
Peringuey's Desert Adder
Bitis peringueyi

2001.9.8 Animal Stamp of Nimibian Highland
Rueppell's Parrot
Poicephalus rueppellii
Flap Neck Chameleon
Chamaeleo dilepis
Oreotragus oreotragus
Damaraland Rock Jumper
Chaetops pycnopygius
Namibian Rock Agama Lizard
Agama planiceps
Temminck's Pangolin
Manis temminckii
Greater Kudu
Tragelaphus strepsiceros

2003.2.24 Recent Biologocal Discovery in Namibia
Broadhead Catfish
Clariallabes platyprosopos
Zebra Racer
Coluber zebrinus

2007.2.15 Biodiversity of Namibia
Web-Footed Gecko
Palmatogecko rangei
African Hawk-eagle
Hieraaetus spilogaster
African Bullfrog
Pyxicephalus adspersus
Otjikoto Tilapia
Tilapia guinasana
Aepyceros melampus

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