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Botswana Repatriates Elephants To Angola

Botswana says it is sending thousands of wild elephants back to neighbouring Angola.

The southern African country has the largest number of elephants in the world, an estimated 130,000 of them.

But tens of thousands are actually refugees from Angola’s civil war between 1975 and 2002. they are now expected to repopulate and recolonise their former habitat, in southeast Angola.

Botswana opposition Member of Parliament and conservationist Kgoborego Nkawana told journalists that elephants have a big home range that includes Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Angola.

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