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Wildlife lovers panic over death of 356 elephants in Botswana

 (Fast Mail) - World wildlife creatures panic after 356 elephants die under mysterious conditions in the forests of Botswana. The dead bodies of these elephants found in the Botswana forests in May and June showed that they died of an infectious virus. It is being ascertained. Botswana is the only country in the world where elephants were being protected on a large scale.

 

 

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