Thirsty Elefants in Dusty Zimbabwe

Okt 01 2010

ZIMBABWE | HWANGE  National | sunny, 31 °C | 18°43’50.2314″S, 26°16’51.1638″E | SD

At the end of the dry season water is getting low all over Southern Africa, and the big herds of elephants in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park need to come to the artificial water holes that are spread all over the park. The pumps are maintained by the help of the park rangers that stayed in the park during the last critical years, even if their work was voluntary from time to time.

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