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3000 A herd of elephants run from bee sounds in Samburu national park in Kenya. Photograph: Lucy King/AP

This article from today’s Guardian‘s Environment section touches on a trifecta of our core values:

A community near the famed Serengeti national park in Tanzania is enlisting the help of bees to reduce escalating tensions with elephants that enrage locals by trampling upon their crops.

A fence made of beehives is being constructed around a one-acre farm close to the Ngorongoro conservation area as part of the pilot project to see if the buzzing bees will deter elephants that stroll on to cropland.

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