Thanks to conservation efforts, Botswana has experienced a significant upsurge in elephant populations.  However, according to its president,  Mokgweetsi Masisi, this isn’t as good as it sounds.

Botswana’s wildlife minister highlighted the troubles, “In some areas, there are more of these beasts than people. They are killing children who get in their path. They trample and eat farmers’ crops, leaving Africans hungry.”