Described as one of the last strongholds of Central African wildlife, Zakouma National Park in Chad is renowned for its free-roaming herds of elephants. Despite its history of terrible poaching, there has been only one incident inside the park since 2011 and elephant numbers are on the rise. This is largely due to the work of African Parks, which took over the running of the park in 2010. Their anti-poaching efforts have rendered Zakouma a conservation success story. Rian Labuschagne, African Parks Manager at Zakouma National Park spoke to Rose Gamble:
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