Zimbabwe facing a severe drought

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Climate change and the El Nino weather cycle are being blamed for one of Zimbabwe's worst droughts in history. There is a severe shortage of water across the country - affecting the population as well as domestic and wild animals. Zimbabwe's largest Dam now stands at only 15-percent capacity. UNICEF estimates that by 2025, half of the world's population will be living in water-stressed areas, but in Zimbabwe that reality has already hit home. Please be aware some of the following visuals are of dead animals.

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Zimbabwe
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zimbabwe, water, shortage, drought, climate change