East Africa’s worst drought in 40 years has killed more than 200 elephants and other creatures in Kenya in eight months of this year. Wildlife proponents say that shrinking habitats and climate change are largely to blame.
Al Jazeera’s @CatherineSoi reports from Tsavo East National Park, Kenya.
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