Namibia: Elephant Herd Causes Panic

THE Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism on Sunday drove 40 elephants from the Omuntele area of the Oshikoto region into the Etosha National Park.

This after receiving calls from terrified community members about the large herd.

This was confirmed by ministry spokesperson Romeo Muyunda.

“The community raised concerns, including the councillor, and they were reported to us. Based on this, we had to drive the elephants back to the park.

“Our staff members were there on Sunday chasing them…

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