Pan-African Elephant Survey Yields Positive Results in Zambia
[VOA] A recent aerial survey of Zambia's elephant population shows that anti-poaching efforts are having a positive impact on the country's national parks. The Zambia Department of National Parks and Wildlife participated in the Great Elephant Survey which included 20 countries across the continent. It was the first pan-African elephant census in 40 years.
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