Deforestation in the Central African Republic

Thomas Nicolon

A forest elephant mother and her baby walk in the morning mist in Dzanga-Sangha, Central African Republic. Nowhere else in Central Africa can forest elephants be easily observed like in Dzanga-Sangha. Poaching is on the rise, but is it still considered a safe wildlife haven.

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