China launches early-warning system in Yunnan to prevent human-elephant conflict

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “China launches early-warning system in Yunnan to prevent human-elephant conflict” – below is their description.

Authorities in China’s southwestern Yunnan province have launched an early-warning system to protect roaming elephants and local villagers. The system, which comprises infrared cameras, drones, radio equipment and professional human observers, helps prevent potential conflicts between elephants and villagers.

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