As drought worsens, can Kenyan communities coexist with native wildlife?

As prolonged drought plagues the Horn of Africa, some people perceive animals as a threat to scarce resources, while other communities rally to protect the creatures.

Kenya Wildlife Service rangers prepare to move the body of a giraffe in Lagboqol, part of Wajir County in northeast Kenya. The giraffe died last November after getting stuck in mud as it tried to find water in this nearly dried-up reservoir.

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