Once considered friendly giants, Botswana has a new relationship with elephants
For as long as they can remember, farmers in Botswana lived mostly at peace with elephants, whose knowing eyes and playful kids made them seem almost like friendly human neighbours. This southern African country of savannas and swamps is home to roughly one-third of Africa's elephants, thanks in part to strict anti-poaching enforcement and a trophy hunting ban that have made it a darling of conservationists and a mecca for high-priced tourism.
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