Will elephant contraception work in South Africa?

BBC: Birth control for elephants in South Africa is being hailed as a success, after the introduction of a contraception vaccine being trialled by researchers. Wildlife conservationists believe it is likely to become the way to control South Africa's ever-expanding elephant population. But the plans have provoked considerable controversy. Some of the country's most eminent elephant experts are completely opposed to the contraception programme. Elephants eat an estimated 270kg (600lbs) of food......

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