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Elephant families 'reunited' in Mozambique

A peace deal in 1992 ended 16 years of civil war in Mozambique and the country has made much progress in economic development and political stability since then.

The country is still very dependent on its land, its agriculture, its mineral resources and its national parks, and Fast Track's Rajan Datar travels to the Maputo Special Reserve - one of four big national parks in the country - to find out more about the efforts to restore endangered wildlife to Mozambique.

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