No elephants poached in a year at Mozambique’s Niassa wildlife park
23 June 2019 | 1:04 pm
Niassa Reserve, one of the biggest wildlife parks in Africa, marked a year without losing a single elephant to the poachers. Up to 4,000 of the animals roam the Mozambique park, which covers more land than Switzerland.
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