See how African national park is trying to count every animal

Kenya’s wildlife could be facing an alarming decline as the tourism industry falters due to Covid-19 and factors such as increasing human populations, poaching and climate change come into play. The government wants to carry out a census to find out exactly how many animals are left in the country. CNN’s Larry Madowo joins the Kenyan Wildlife Service on an aerial mission in Amboseli National Park

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