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Kenya rangers begin major animal relocation

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Wildlife rangers in Kenya have begun what they say is the biggest relocation of animals ever attempted.

Some 7,000 zebras and wildebeest are being moved after a drought killed off tens of thousands of antelope across the country.

One of the hardest hit areas is Amboselli National Park, where starving predators have been attacking neighbouring cattle.

Peter Greste was with one of the first groups to be moved.

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