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First video footage of wild red pandas in Myanmar

Scientists have captured Myanmar’s first wild film footage of one of the world’s most adorable – and endangered – species – the red panda.

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World’s first video footage of the Myanmar snub-nosed monkey captured

Hope for the newly discovered monkey as the Myanmar government prepares for the gazettement of a new National Park

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Culture and values enhancing conservation in Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains

A new video made by a team of Ugandan conservationists hopes to illustrate the link between traditional values and conservation of some of the world’s threatened habitats and species

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Protecting tropical trees in Sumatra

A series of biodiversity surveys in Indonesia’s Kerinci Seblat National Park are helping scientists develop conservation action plans to protect endemic species. Fauna & Flora International’s Indonesian team are conducting a series of biodiversity surveys in the tropical forests of Kerinci Seblat National Park near Jambi, on the island of Sumatra. The lush, tropical national park, the largest in Sumatra, is home to hundreds of endangered, endemic and protected fauna and flora, including the Sumatran tiger, Sumatran elephants, Malayan tapir,…

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