Elephant deaths attributed to climate change, says Kenya

Elephant deaths attributed to climate change, says Kenya

According to Kenya’s Wildlife and Tourism Ministry, climate change now poses a greater danger to the preservation of elephants than poaching.

Due to the continuing drought that is impacting the Horn of Africa, 179 elephant fatalities have been reported in the nation during the previous year.

In game reserves, rivers and water pans have dried up and grasslands have shrunk after several seasons of insufficient rain.

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