One of the world’s largest refugee camps, Kutupalong in the coastal town of Cox’s Bazar, has fallen prey to elephant attacks that have caused a dozen deaths over the past six months. The camp is home to 700,000 Rohingya who have fled a brutal campaign of violence in Myanmar. The area around Kutupalong, a natural habitat for elephants, lies on a migration route used by the animals to move between Bangladesh and Myanmar in search of food and shelter. A response programme orchestrated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature aims to warn residents when an elephant enters the camp

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