How Elephants and People Can Live Together in Peace

Elephants play a crucial role in Africa's savanna ecosystems as seed dispersers. Their dung recycles valuable nutrients and by feeding on trees they maintain the savanna's matrix of woodland and grassland and the biodiversity it supports, writes Vicky Boult for The Conversation Africa.

Hwange National Park -Young male elephants hang around in bachelor herds.


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