Elephants Make the Long Trek Across Deserts for Survival

Elephants Make the Long Trek Across Deserts For Survival

Elephants need to consume a minimum of 100 liters of water and 100 kilograms of vegetation daily, yet a small population of 350 manages to survive in the harsh Gourma region of Mali, south of the Niger River, where temperatures spike to 50˚C and vegetation is sparse.

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