Beginning in the late 1970s and running for 15 years, Mozambique was embroiled in a bitter civil war. During that period, the wildlife inside the country’s Gorongosa National Park saw its numbers plummet as resources and attention were diverted elsewhere. Now however, the wildlife in the park is starting to rebound and the numbers are climbing back to where they once were. How as this happened? Nat Geo shares the story in the video below.
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