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Wild elephant attacks: Chinese province 'sees rise'

A growing number of wild elephants in China's Yunnan Province have started to attack humans and damage their farmland, according to local residents.

The Wild Elephant Valley nature reserve has worked tirelessly to encourage a rise in the number of wild elephants, but their revival has apparently brought trouble to the people living nearby.

Tom Bayly reports.

  • 14 Aug 2013
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