N$1.10: a sunset over the Okavango delta graces this lovely 1998 tourism scenery issue. The world's largest inland delta, most of the Okavango drains into a swampy area of the Kalahari lying mostly within Botswana, but close to the border of Namibia's panhandle.
R10: the Dombeya spp. is pictured on this 2009 flora issue. This flower's genus is named after the French botanist who embroiled France, Spain and Britian in the so-called Dombey affair, when in 1780 he sent a flora collection to Europe from Peru and the British seized the vessel and impounded the samples.
Sh. 4: the Zanzibar Leopard, a rare subspecies featured on a 1984 wildlife issue; found only on Unguja island in the Zanzibar archipelago, conservation could not halt its decline, and it has been declared extinct.