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Zimbabwe Drought: Wild animals in danger as water sources dry up

A drought in southern Africa has left wild animals in danger, as water and food sources dry up. In Zimbabwe, park rangers are trucking in food to keep the animals alive. But they say if the rains don't come soon, their efforts may not be enough. Philip Owira has more. #ZimbabweDrought #WildAnimals #AfricaDrought

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Wild animals take over streets around the world

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