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Increasing Elephant Population in Botswana Becomes a Major Reason for Human-Wildlife Conflict

The small town of Gobojango, 500 kilometers (310 miles) northeast of the capital, Gaborone, is fighting an increasing elephant problem. Residents say they support...

Cameroon Villagers Relocate Following Series of Lion Attacks Amid Human-Wildlife Conflict

Villagers in southern Cameroon are relocating following a series of lion attacks on their livestock. Cameroon authorities and wildlife conservationists are warning about the...

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