Botswana Blames Bacteria for Deaths of 330 Elephants

[The Africa news - Africa] - 21/09/2020
GABORONE - Wildlife officials in Botswana say the recent deaths of hundreds of elephants in the Okavango Delta panhandle was caused not by humans, but by waterborne bacteria. More than 330 el
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