Beehive fences and elephants: Tanzanian case study offers fresh insights

When people cultivate food crops on or near wild lands it can be assumed that wild animals will eat them – what's known as crop-raiding. Farms in the vicinity of protected areas can expect to be visited by a range of wild animals including birds, rodents, and large mammals like monkeys , bushpigs and elephants.

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Last updated on 21 August 2018

Type: 
Media Watch
Country: 
United Republic of Tanzania
Region: 
Africa
Threats: 
Agriculture and aquaculture
Species: 
Loxodonta africana
Species group: 
Terrestrial mammals