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Chinese water dragon, Ratanakiri, Cambodia. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

Chinese water dragon, Ratanakiri, Cambodia. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

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Expert opinions, insights and conservation news from across Fauna & Flora’s projects.

Thirty islands restored in 30 years
Sunset over the cliffs of Redonda. © Edward Marshall / Fauna & Flora
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Thirty islands restored in 30 years

Fauna & Flora and partners have now restored 30 Caribbean islands, saving over a dozen species from extinction in the pr...
Our work with Small Island Developing States
Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines. © Jacob Bock / Fauna & Flora
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Our work with Small Island Developing States

Learn about the unique set of challenges faced by small island nations and how Fauna & Flora is helping to tackle them.
Coral symphony – A new record for Cambodia
Frame from video footage showing coral reef synchronised spawning in Cambodia. © Sorn Srenh / Koh Sdach Commune
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Coral symphony – A new record for Cambodia

Synchronised mass coral reef spawning has been observed for the first time in Cambodian waters by Fauna & Flora and our ...

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Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti). © Juan Carlos Munoz / Adobe Stock

Critical funding gap for tigers

Tigers urgently need your help. Only 4,000 remain, and 100 are perishing each year to trafficking alone.

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Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti). © Juan Carlos Munoz / Adobe Stock