Thousands of African elephants make the trek here when annual floods arrive. Where are we?

Quiz Question: Thousands of African elephants make the trek here when annual floods arrive. Where are we?

The given options are as follows:

  • Kruger National Park
  • Okavango Delta
  • Lake Malawi

The correct answer is: Okavango Delta

Fact: Driven by the need for water and food, thousands of elephants migrate to the Okavango Delta between March and July when rainwater from the Angola highlands flows 750 miles down the Okavango River into northwest Botswana. The water doesn’t flow into any sea or ocean, but instead forms marshlands and seasonally flooded plains in the country’s interior. The Okavango Delta attracts more wildlife than any other wetland on Earth.

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