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29 April 2011

A FLYING RESCUE MISSION FOR SIAMESE CROCODILES


15 Siamese crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensis) that were caught between construction hydro dams sites in the Stung Atay river, Cambodia, were rescued from places they were at risk. The river flows through Pursat and Koh Kong Provinces in Southwest Cambodia, and has two dams whose construction began in 2008. When the hydro electric Project completes, over 4000 hectares of rainforest will be flooded.
Read the complete story at the Fauna & Flora International site.

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