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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is located in the west of Zimbabwe, along the border with Botswana, which on its side of the national border has Chobe National Park. Hwange National Park lies not far from the Kalahari Desert, so the impact of the desert on the habitats and species of flora and fauna that can be found here. This park is known for the fact that the population of elephants is large, due to the ideal conditions they have. Their numbers have risen to such an extent that the park's resources are under serious pressure. On the other hand, mass killings of wild animals by poachers took place in this park, where the last mass killing took place in 2013, caused by cyanide poisoning. Sadly, 103 of these magnificent animals were dead.

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