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How Zambian Villagers Learned to Coexist With Elephants

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How Zambian Villagers Learned to Coexist With Elephants

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In the 1950s, villagers waged a constant war against elephant herds that raided their crops. But a man named Norman Carr figured out a way to call a truce between the warring factions.

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Journey into the heartland of Southern Africa as we fly the skies of the richly diverse country of Zambia. Explore mountain springs that swell into raging rivers, sacred places where tribes rekindle their cultural history, and one of Africa's most pristine wildlife sanctuaries. We also delve into the nation's complex past, marked by slave trade, British colonialism, and its transformation in 1964 to a proudly independent African nation.

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