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Where Are The Elephants?

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ladybirder | 12:55 Wed 17th Feb 2021 | Animals & Nature
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From Camp Kuzama's own website:
"Camp Kuzuma, borders the Chobe National Park of Botswana and the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. 200 000 elephants roam in this busy corridor - including massive breeding herds, bachelor herds and lone ranging bulls. They move thousands of kilometres across the country’s wildlands, using ancient routes to pass through private farms, national parks, towns and move deep into neighbouring countries".

So it appears that the elephants move over great distances, rather than staying in one locality. Perhaps it's not surprising then that one particular watering hole isn't in use at the moment?

I've just found some lovely wildlife, including zebras, here
https://explore.org/livecams/african-wildlife/tau
(The camera periodically pans round, so wait a while if there initially appears to be nothing of interest there when you look).
or maybe they have run away with the circus?!
LB, go back to may original thread and read Prudie's post on Oct. 15th, 2020 at 1724: https://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/Animals-and-Nature/Question1712609-5.html
They're all in lockdown.

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