Nairobi - A Belgian tourist was trampled to death by an elephant close to Kenya's celebrated internationally Maasai Mara natural life hold, police said on Wednesday, the second such occurrence in a month.

"He was severely harmed by the rebel elephant and capitulated to wounds at the Talek Health Center," a cop in the zone said on state of namelessness.

The demise of the Belgian man on Monday in conditions that stay hazy comes a month after an Italian man was trampled in the Tsavo National Park, southeast Kenya, while attempting to take a photo of an elephant.



Kenyan day by day The Standard reported that in a different episode on Tuesday, a Kenyan auxiliary school understudy was killed by an elephant while in transit to class.

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) cautioned in an announcement on Wednesday that a savage dry season holding the nation was pushing natural life advance from their conventional living spaces looking for sustenance and water, progressively carrying them into contact with people.

"From the cases recorded by KWS, it is clear that there has been an expansion in reported occurrences of contentions contrasted with past years; the eminent ones being assaults on individuals, property pulverization, domesticated animals predation and yield striking," said the announcement.

KWS cautioned that such collaborations were probably going to increment and asked alert in high-chance regions.

The death of the Belgian man on Monday in circumstances that remain unclear comes after an Italian man was trampled in the Tsavo National Park, southeast Kenya, while trying to take a photograph of an elephant.

Kenyan daily The Standard reported that in a separate incident on Tuesday, a Kenyan secondary school student had been killed by an elephant while on the way to school.

The Kenya Wildlife Service warned that a fierce drought was pushing wildlife further from their traditional habitats in search of food and water.

Source: news24
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