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Kingdom’s hoofed species need conservation: WWF

Diminishing populations of hoofed animals in Southeast Asia have hit Cambodia hard, with numbers of one of the Kingdom’s indigenous species dropping by 90 per cent. The current banteng census shows an 80 per cent drop in the world’s banteng population and a 90 per ...

Sean Teehan
http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/kingdom%E2%80%99s-hoofed-species-need-conservation-wwf

WWF Says Work on Dam in Laos Mocks Mekong Accord

The Lao government’s refusal to halt the construction of a controversial mainstream Mekong dam is “making a mockery” of an agreement between the four Mekong countries, international conservation group World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said yesterday. Though Laos had agreed in December to suspend construction of the ...

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