The district authorities of Marromeu, in central Mozambique, will switch 1,500 households threatened by assaults from buffaloes and crocodiles at their locations of residence, the chief of the native administration instructed Lusa on Thursday.
The native authorities recorded the demise of three individuals due to assaults within the first quarter of this 12 months, stated Henriqueta de Rosario, the district administrator.
Buffaloes within the Marromeu Particular Reserve, within the Zambezi River delta, invade residential areas, forcing the inhabitants to take refuge on the islands bathed by that watercourse.
Nevertheless, as they search refuge, they face the specter of crocodile assaults . . .
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