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Expert disputes cause of Botswana elephant deaths

It is difficult to say whether the conclusion that blue-green algae caused the recent deaths of more than 300 elephants in Botswana, as was announced by the government, was in that he was not convinced that a definitive diagnostic outcome had been achieved, but said it was rather speculative.

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