Kuto was born in Namibia, and his life has been filled with concern. His mother died when he was young, and his father was killed by a lion shortly thereafter. Kuto was raised by his grandparents, who instilled in him a love of the land and its people. Despite their best efforts, however, Kuto always felt like an outsider. He excelled in school and was popular with his classmates, but he never felt like he belonged.
As he got older, Kuto began to feel the pull of the land calling to him. He started spending more time outdoors, exploring the wilderness and getting to know the animals that lived there. Slowly but surely, he came to understand what it meant to be part of this world. And eventually, he realized that he could use his knowledge to help others.
Nowadays, Kuto works as a guide for tourists who come to Namibia to see its natural wonders. He is passionate about conservation and strives to educate visitors about the importance of protecting this fragile ecosystem. Above all else, Kuto wants people to appreciate the beauty of his homeland and its wildlife – just as he has come to do himself.”