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Animals struggle to survive in drought-hit Botswana

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Around 38,000 livestock depend on the waters of Lake Ngami in northern Botswana, but the animals -- like the lake itself -- are being badly hit by a crippling drought.

Added on the 30/08/2019 20:29:51 - Copyright : AFP EN

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