A hymn to Zim

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Ruckomechi camp in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Look beyond Zimbabwe’s political strife and you’ll find a sumptuous feast for the senses gracefully provided by its residents - human and animal alike, writes Jillian Bolger

The snares are simple things. Crudely fashioned rings of wire, hidden in the bush, they are designed to kill. Many maim rather than kill, leaving animals injured or, worse, limping off into the wilds, the metal snare forever knotted around their body.

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