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International Boundaries, Peace Parks, and Elephants in Southern Africa

By Martin W. Lewis | September 19, 2011 | One Comment
Map of Elephant Distribution and International Boundaries in Southern Africa

Over the past century, a number of “international peace parks” have been established, designed both to demonstrate amity between neighboring countries and to facilitate the preservation of wildlife, habitat, and natural beauty. The first such “transboundary protected area,” as peace parks are more prosaically labeled, was inaugurated by Sweden and Norway in 1914, an inauspicious

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