Solving the mystery of Botswana’s dying elephants | The World

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Scientists in Botswana say they may have determined the cause behind the sudden deaths of more than 300 elephants earlier this year. Dr Niall McCann, the director of conservation at National Park Rescue says a bacteria found in the water and soil in the Okavango Delta region may be to blame. (WARNING: Some viewers may find some of the images featured in this interview distressing) Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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