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Mozambique kills elephants over passings of two individuals

The elephants are part of a group thought to have left Gorongosa National Park

The elephants are part of a group thought to have left Gorongosa National Park

Elephants associated with killing two individuals in Metuchira locale in the focal Mozambican region of Sofala have been killed.

The two pachyderms are accounted for to have killed the casualties at their homes.

The National Administration of Conservation Areas (Anac) said it completed an examination that distinguished the two creatures as probably going to have killed individuals.

“Because of this examination and investigation and taking into account the inevitable risk for the occupants of a similar region it was chosen to bring down the two elephants recognized as risky,” an assertion from Anac says.

The elephants are important for a gathering remembered to have left Gorongosa National Park and been nearby since Cyclone Idai, almost three years prior.

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