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Please help save clouded leopards.
The snaring crisis in the Cardamom Mountains is nothing short of shocking. Home to nearly 100 threatened species – including the remarkable clouded leopard – this remote wildlife haven is being carpeted with dangerous snares.
On top of this, rapid habitat loss – caused primarily by illegal logging, land encroachment, and unsustainable agricultural practices – is also threatening the creatures of the Cardamoms. Over 10% of the forest has been lost in just 15 years, and the animals are being slowly confined into a smaller and smaller space. This drives them closer and closer to what conservationists call the “wall of death”, making it only too easy for them to come into contact with one of the many snares lying in wait.
But there’s a glimmer of hope.
For the last decade, our vital community wardens have been patrolling the area, tirelessly removing snares and protecting the precious creatures that live there. Through the support of people like you, they have been absolutely pivotal in helping to prevent the local extinction of many of these species – without them, the creatures would be facing a perilous future. With them, we can give clouded leopards a chance to weather the storm.
If you value the natural world – if you think it should be protected for its own sake as well as humanity’s – then please support Fauna & Flora International.
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