Elephants kill seven people in Malawi

Sunset over Liwonde National Park.

Sunset over Liwonde National Park. Image by David Davies / CC BY-SA 2.0

Two elephants have killed seven people in the village of Machinga in Malawi. The dead ranged in age from eight to 95. Deaths from human-elephant conflicts do happen in the area, but this is the highest death toll in recent history. The two elephants have since entered Liwonde National Park. Read more: allafrica.com

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