Govt Probes Death of 56 Elephants in Botswana

Botswana is investigating the mysterious death of 56 elephants in the last two months. The country's Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism says 12 elephants were found dead last week in villages in the Okavango Delta panhandle. In March, 44 animals died. Authorities have ruled out poaching, as all carcasses were found intact.

  • Botswana:   Govt Probes Death of 56 Elephants

    VOA, 20 May 2020

    Botswana is investigating the mysterious death of 56 elephants in the last two months. Authorities have ruled out poaching, as all carcasses were found intact. Read more »

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