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Byline: Ashley Lime
The completion of an elephant corridor to the north of Mt Kenya is set to end frequent human-wildlife conflict.
The 28-kilometre elephant corridor has an electrified game-proof fence that aims at providing a safe passageway for elephants in the northern part of Mount Kenya National Park.
This being the first of its kind in Kenya, efforts to reduce human-wildlife conflict that has characterised the area for long may soon bear fruit.
According to Virgin Atlantic country manager David Rose, the initiative aims at ensuring long-term survival of the elephant population in the Mt Kenya region.
"Around 2,000 elephants will …