Cambodia to import wild tigers

After decades of conflict and years of intensive poaching of tigers in Cambodia, the animals disappeared but the country is planning to reintroduce the “big cats” from India for release in protected areas, hoping to rehabilitate the extinct species. ...

Ben Sokhean

No more tigers live in Cambodia on World Tiger Day

There are no longer any wild tigers in Cambodia due to indiscriminate hunting, loss of habitat and the use of snares, according to the Environment Ministry yesterday on World Tiger Day. ...

Mao Chanvireak

Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre’s beloved tiger dies at 21

The skin and bones of Jasper, a male Indochinese tiger that died at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre (PTWRC) on August 8, will be preserved and displayed as a museum collection, PTWRC director Nhek Ratanapich told The Post on Thursday. The Wildlife Alliance, a ...

Khorn Savi

Kingdom to import and release six tigers

Six tigers will be brought into Cambodia from India and released into the Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary in Mondulkiri province in 2022, while wildlife protection organisations have urged all stakeholders to raise awareness of the importance of tiger conservation. ...

Khorn Savi

Trapping contributes to tiger decline

The World Wide Fund for Nature in Cambodia has urged the government to crack down on wildlife trapping, trafficking and illegal logging to conserve wildlife and natural resources. Tigers especially had been seriously threatened by hunting and trapping. ...

Pech Sotheary

More tigers means a lot more tourists, say NGOs

A project to increase the number of wild tigers in the northeastern part of Cambodia was put forward to the Cambodian government by a group of NGOs yesterday. ...

Khmer Times

Growling prowlers rumble in the jungle

The government is working in conjunction with the World Wildlife Fund on a plan to release eight tigers into the wild in Mondulkiri province by 2022. WWF-Cambodia communication manager Un Chakrey said yesterday that they are working with the ministries of environment, agriculture and tourism, among ...

Mom Kunthear

Beer girl exploitation revealed

The exploitation of women who work as beer promoters is soon to be exposed in a report that is going to be released by Care Cambodia and the Solidarity Association of Beer Promoters in Cambodia. The report will include first had accounts and interviews of ...

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