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Nepal's captive elephants aid conservation

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Chitwan National Park is just 20 minutes from Nepal's capital city Kathmandu. Once a royal hunting ground it is now a refuge for rare wild animals, including elephants.

Inga Lovric-Kemp visited Chitwan's special elephant breeding centre which is playing a big part in trying to ensure the survival of one of Asia's most iconic animals.

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