A fascinating lecture by German zoologist and photographer Josef Niedermeier about Namibia. Thrilling stories, pictures and video recordings from unusual perspectives as well as time-lapse recordings turn the multimedia presentation into an experience.
Date(s) - Saturday, 04/11/2017
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Namibia is home to landscapes of unparalleled beauty, wildness and surprising diversity. The two zoologist and photographers at the same time Josef and Katja Niedermeier will present the document how animal, plants and humans could adapt to this extreme habitat of burning heat, extreme drought, snowstorms and cold, wind and fog. For weeks, the Niedermeierers studied the life and struggle for survival of the farmers in the arid south of the country and the Himba, one of the last semi-nomadic peoples of Africa, locally. Thrilling stories, pictures and video recordings from unusual perspectives as well as time-lapse recordings turn the multimedia presentation into an experience.
The presentation is organized by www.explora.ch and requires advance booking.
Several locations in the entire Switzerland with the lecture in the next couple of weeks – check details on the organizer’s website.
Regular price tickets at 28 CHF to be bought directly at the desired location.
This event is for the presentation in Cham (40mins by train from Zurich).
Featuring photo by Abbas Dekkiche
Bookings are closed for this event.