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Coronavirus destroys Africa’s wildlife

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Rangers and caretaker experts at the Safari park in Africa say that there are scenes of wildlife destruction.

They say that due to ban on tourism at Safari park, the rate of hunting and wild games has increased tremendously.

Experts and Rangers on the scene say that thousands of unemployed people, who depend on the tourism industry, are now using animals as food.

They fears that the risk of systematic hunting of some endangered animals has also increased.

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