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A herd of elephants raise their trunks on their way to a watering pan in Zimbabwe. 
Photographer: Jekesai Njikizana/AFP/Getty Images

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Four hundred elephants and a herd of buffalo are among more than 2,000 animals that will traverse the length of Zimbabwe in the country’s second-biggest translocation of wildlife.
The program is a testament to the success of conservation programs on both public and private land in the south of the country and at the same time highlights the need to thin out elephant numbers in areas where they grow too numerous, killing trees by stripping off their bark and in the process reducing biodiversity. Zimbabwe has about 80,000 elephants, second only to Botswana.


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