Zimbabwe's National Parks are 'graveyards' due to drought | ITV News

Hundreds of elephants in Zimbabwe have died after a severe drought continues to ravish southern Africa.

In one of the national parks, Mana Pools, donors have helped rangers intervene to feed the animals to save them.

In Hwange National Park in the South, more than 200 animals have died.

Those who work with the wildlife here are confident the drought is the result of changing weather patterns due to climate change.
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