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By: ALISSA GREENBERG
From: pbs.org

The secret to peace between elephants and farmers in Mozambique? Bees

The elephants of Gorongosa National Park are notorious troublemakers: grain tramplers, crop stealers, silo destroyers. Given the chance, they will cross the river that acts as a southern boundary between Gorongosa and the rest of rural Mozambique, and raid nearby villages in search of a snack. The materials the community usually uses to build storehouses are “nothing for an elephant,” says Dominique Gonçalves, an elephant ecologist at the park.

Read more: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/predators-fear-elephants-bees-gorongosa/

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