Animals kill 34 in Moz

Thirty-four people died from wild animal attacks in the central Mozambican province of Zambezia, according to a report recently delivered to President Armando Guebuza during a five-day working visit to the province. Most of the attacks came from crocodiles, which killed 27 people, while hippopotamus claimed six lives and buffalo one. Most of the lives were lost on the Zambezi River banks.

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