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Current Inflow Of Thamalakane River Results In Dangerous Animals

The Department of Wildlife and National Parks in Maun would like to inform the public that, the current inflow of the Thamalakane River has resulted in water habitat animals such hippopotamus, crocodiles and other wild animals flowing into the river. Members of the public are therefore advised to be cautious of such animals along the river, especially those who go to the river for leisure or fishing. Maun residents are also warned to be vigilant at all times and avoid getting closer to the water as these animals could be dangerous. Furthermore, parents are requested to ensure that children do not play near the water. The Department of Wildlife and National Parks will continue monitoring the situation.

Thank you.

KITSISO

Lephata la Diphologolo le Makgabisa Naga mo Maun le itsise sechaba fa go tshela ga noka ya Thamalakane go tlisa diphologolo tse di tshwanang le dikubu, dikwena le tse dingwe fela jalo. Sechaba se gakololwa go nna keletlhoko mo diphologolong tse segolo bogolo ba tshwari ba ditlhapi, ba ba itlosang bodutu le sechaba ka kakaretso ka di ka nna borai mo matshelong a bone. Batsadi ba kopiwa go tlhokomela bana gore ba seka ba tshamekela mo metsing. Ba Lephata la Diphologolo le Makgabisa-naga ba tla nna ba etse seemo tlhoko ka nako tsotlhe.

Re a leboga.

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