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Namibian authorities have developed an electrified protection system against elephants from Botswana.

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Windhoek, June 7th. Namibian authorities will provide around $50,000 to build a fence on the Botswana border to protect against migratory elephants.

The Republic of Agriculture Union approved the purchase of electrical elements to be built inside the fence. This will help protect cattle pastures from invasion by savanna giants.

According to a World Bank report, Namibia is a major beef exporter. For this reason, the republic’s agricultural organization noted that the livestock sector, which accounts for 4.3% of the country’s GDP, could be seriously damaged if measures to combat elephants are not taken.

Earlier, CAR Livestock Minister Hassan Buba met with local farmers and learned what challenges they face. During his meeting with district lawmakers, he issued a series of instructions for addressing key issues.

Source: Riafan

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