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350 Elephants died in Africa without any reason.
More than 350 elephants in the Botswana wilderness in Africa over the past two months has caused concern among naturalists for mysterious death.
The elephant, the most important organism in forest development, is wreaking havoc in many countries of the world. The mysterious deaths of elephants have been found in the African wilderness for the past two months. There have been a number of elephant deaths, particularly in the forests of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Dr McCann, from the UK-based National Park Rescue, a wildlife conservation organization, is conducting research in the area
Botswana Wildlife Officials have already inspected the Botswana Department of Wildlife and National Park. However, amidst the coronavirus, there are many obstacles to sending those samples to the best labs in many countries around the world. Samples were sent to those countries, however, with the exception of a lockdown. However, it will take another two weeks for the test results to come out. Until then, the real cause of the Gazarasu’s death remains an elusive mystery.
Due to poaching, the overall number of elephants in Africa is declining, but due to well-managed reserves in Botswana, which accounts for nearly a third of the continent’s elephants, the number of elephants has increased from 80,000 to 130,000 in the late 1990s.Elephants are not likely to be killed by poachers for their teeth. But experts are monitoring the issue of whether the poisoning occurred