SOME GOOD NEWS:
KILLING of elephants in Ruaha National Park have dropped from 30 in 2014/2015 to two in 2019/2020, the park's Law Enforcement and Security Strategy Officer, Mr David Mlay has said.
He told a delegation from Journalists Environmental Association (JET) that the number of killings has dropped after the management implemented anti-poaching measures, which include protecting the elephants and other animals in the park.
"In the last five years, Ruaha has experienced a sharp decrease in elephants' killings, and this is because of the anti-poaching measures that we came up with to ensure that the animals are well protected," he said.
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