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50 villas die in a Zimbabwe national park


Fifty-five elephants have died of starvation and thirst in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, according to local ZBC radio and television. The Foundation stressed that all the reserves are currently facing also

55 famine and thirst villas have died in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park National Park.

Climate change has caused drought and water shortages in the region, according to local ZBC radio and television.

All protected areas are currently facing difficult environmental conditions due to heat as a result of climate change. Most of the dead elephants were found in an area 50 meters from the water sources.

Source: emara

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