Over 1,000 animals die in drought-stricken Southern Africa

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Over 1,000 animals died on a farm north of Cape Town, South Africa in recent months. This is as a result of the severe drought affecting the Kahalari Desert.

The situation is more serious as the local flora and fauna, which are used to protect climatic conditions, struggle to survive.

Inhabitants are displeased about this as they live off the income of safari hunters.

"We're trying to get used to it for the moment, but it should only last until our resources are exhausted. And we don't hav…
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South Africa
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south africa, animals, death, drought