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In Botswana, Texas A&M researchers are helping people and elephants coexist”



Amarula Trust supports new project to protect elephants”



“The Elephant in her Backyard: Part I”



“The Elephant in her Backyard: Part II”



“Ecoexist is running parallel research to address human-elephant conflict in ways that may be modeled throughout Botswana.” Mr. Mpho Nthomiwa, Head of Research for Okavango Delta Region, Department of Wildlife and National Parks.



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