South Africa Faces Elephant Overpopulation Problem Elephant overpopulation has become a problem in certain parts of South Africa, even as elephant populations suffer declines in other African countries.
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South Africa Faces Elephant Overpopulation Problem

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South Africa Faces Elephant Overpopulation Problem

South Africa Faces Elephant Overpopulation Problem

South Africa Faces Elephant Overpopulation Problem

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Elephant overpopulation has become a problem in certain parts of South Africa, even as elephant populations suffer significant declines in other African countries. Michael Wamithi of the International Fund for Animal Welfare speaks with Lynn Neary about the issue.