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US tourist injured in Hippo attack at Victoria falls

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A US tourist has been injured by a hippo while canoeing above the Victoria Falls.
Thirty-seven-year-old Christine Yaldor was canoeing with her husband when the attacked occurred.
State wildlife authority spokesperson Tinashe Farawo confirmed the attack and said that Yaldor had sustained injuries to her right leg.
Tourists are encouraged to stay away from wild animals,” he added.
This was the second report of an attack by wildlife on a canoe carrying tourists at the Victoria Falls in recent months.

SourceNews24

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