South Africa works to control Kruger Park’s elephant population

Elephant populations across Africa are plummeting, but South Africa is bucking the trend.
Two-thirds of its roughly 30,000 elephants are in the Kruger National Park and surrounding areas.
But growing herds are threatening the livelihoods of communities bordering the reserve.

Al Jazeera’s Emily Angwin reports.

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