This 17 December 2018 video about Mozambique says about itself:
How Wildlife Bounced Back After Civil War [in which the South African then apartheid government sponsored right-wing violence] | National Geographic
The most recent census shows that wildlife populations in Gorongosa National Park have rebounded dramatically in the last few years.
Large herbivore populations can substantially recover after war-induced declines, given that protected area management is provided, according to a study published March 13 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Marc Stalmans of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, and colleagues. But the community structure may take longer to restore, as the rate of recovery varies for different populations: here.
War wrecked an African ecosystem. Ecologists are trying to restore it. Predators and prey roam Gorongosa in Mozambique once again, but there’s still a long way to go. By Jeremy Rehm, 8:00am, May 5, 2019.