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Siamese crocodiles: there are less than 250 of these rare reptiles remaining in the wild.
Once widespread throughout much of mainland Southeast Asia, the Siamese crocodile has now disappeared from 99% of its former range. In fact, the species was widely feared to be extinct in the wild until its rediscovery during FFI-led surveys in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains. They live in a range of wetland habitats including slow-moving rivers, lakes, marshes and swamps, and today they remain one of the world’s rarest reptiles, reduced to small, fragmented populations in Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam.
But there is still time.
Our groundbreaking release programme is their best chance at recovery.
Please, donate today and help support our efforts to bring this critically endangered reptile back from the brink.
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