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Mali’s elephants show how people and nature can share space in a complex world

'The issues involved in the coexistence of humans and wildlife are interconnected.' Image: REUTERS/Jake Wall (MALI ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)

Susan Canney

Research Associate & Director Mali Elephant Project (WILD Foundation/ICFC), University of Oxford

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