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In this photograph taken on April 11, 2019, a wild elephant and her calf feed in the marshes of the Dzanga Sangha Nature Reserve, the last refuge of forest elephants and Central African gorillas, in south-western Central African Republic. - in south-western Central African Republic. Due to the increase in poaching amid an ongoing internal conflict, the number of large mammals in the Central African Republic has decreased by 94% in thirty years, according to a 2018 Ecofaune report. In the north of the country, all rhinos, giraffes and savanna elephants have disappeared. (Photo by FLORENT VERGNES / AFP)

Hunters turn gamekeepers to help Central Africa’s threatened wildlife