Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?
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Enough for an elephant: why are Cameroon's elephants raiding fields?

Waza National Park in West Africa is a refuge to many endangered and vulnerable species. Walk through the grounds and you may see red-fronted gazelles grazing or giraffes sauntering between trees in search of foliage. Head to the park's perimeter, though, and you may see a less serene scene: elephants raiding local farmers' crops.

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