Climate change threatens Kenya’s elephants

Poor rainfall for a number of seasons in a row in East Africa has led to rivers and waterholes drying up within the reserves.

During the primary half of the 12 months, no less than 129 elephants died because of this of the drought, whereas ten have been killed by poachers.

“We have forgotten to invest in biodiversity and ecosystems and have only worked against illegal animal trade and poaching,” says Balala.

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