Is Climate change killing more elephants than poaching? | The World

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Poaching has been one of the biggest concerns when it comes to dwindling elephant populations. But Kenyan officials say last year climate change killed up to 20 times more elephants than poachers. It comes as the Horn of Africa experiences a devastating drought. Niall McCann, director of conservation at National Park Rescue, tells The World the numbers are concerning.

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