Cambodia

Camera Trap Footage in the Central Cardamom Protected Forest

Today remarkable camera trap footage was released showing the largest group of wild Asian elephants captured on film in the Central Cardamom Protected Forest over the past decade. The footage shows at least 12 individual Asian elephants, including young, as they graze, interact and move through the forest. The footage debuts as Conservation International (CI) announces the creation of Cambodia’s first ever conservation trust fund for Central Cardamom Protected Forest (CCPF).

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4 thoughts on “Camera Trap Footage in the Central Cardamom Protected Forest

  1. i had no idea there were still wild elephants in cambodia. i’ve seen the carvings on the temples in the angkor area , but with the rise of commercialism and tourism, you’d think all the elephants have become extinct by now. this is awesome.

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