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More than 120 elephants died in the deadly drought. Zimbabwe will migrate a large number of wild ani

On November 10 local time, a dying elephant was lying on the ground in Zimbabwe animal reserve. It is reported that on the 11th local time, Zimbabwe's wildlife management authorities said they would migrate hundreds of elephants and other wild animals to avoid their death from the deadly drought. Over the past two months, Zimbabwe has experienced one of the worst droughts in history. At least 120 elephants have died.

"We are moving 600 elephants, two lion herds including 5 to 10 lions, a pack of African hounds, 50 Buffalo, 40 giraffes and 2000 impala," said faravo, a spokesman for the Zimbabwe National Park and wildlife administration The picture shows elephants replenishing water in puddles in their habitat.

It is reported that these animals will migrate from a large national park in southeastern Zimbabwe to three other game reserves. Faravo said that this will be the largest relocation operation in Zimbabwe's history, and the relocation operation has been approved. The picture shows a giraffe walking near the body of an elephant.

Over the past two months, Zimbabwe has experienced one of the worst droughts in history. At least 120 elephants have died. The picture shows a lion approaching the body of an elephant near a puddle.