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Morgan the elephant's Somalian saga gets researchers all excited

The bull crosses into the war-torn country in search of a mate - and survives

THE LONG MARCH: Fitted with a GPS tracking collar, Morgan was found to have travelled more than 209 km, demonstrating an uncanny sense of direction and self-preservation.

Nairobi, Kenya

ELEPHANT researchers in Kenya were excited recently by some rare good news: An elephant had crossed into Somalia - and survived.

Somalia, one of the world's most war-torn nations, used to be home to thousands of elephants, but they were wiped out during the 80s and

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