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In the remote Cambodian jungles, we made sure rare Siamese crocodiles would have enough...

For nine hours, my colleague Michael Shackleton and I held onto our scooters for dear life while being slapped in the face by spiked jungle plants in the mountains of Cambodia. We only disembarked either to help push a scooter up a slippery jungle path or to stop it from sliding down one.

The world needs a global system to detect and halt the spread of emerging...

More than 20 percent of the five staple crops that provide half the globe's caloric intake are lost to pests each year.

Predictive AI is the newest weapon in the battle to protect endangered animals

Sothear Chheng has one of the toughest jobs anywhere.

Tackling plastic pollution for communities and coral reefs in coastal Cambodia

Take a moment to imagine yourself on a sun-kissed beach on Koh Rong, watching the sea foam onto the white sand and hearing the gentle rustle of tropical rainforest behind you.

Several small steps: Elephant calves caught on camera in Cambodia

First, the good news. Footage from the 46 camera traps deployed by Fauna & Flora International (FFI) in Cambodia's Cardamom Mountains is giving us a privileged insight into the lives of the Asian elephants that roam through in one of the continent's last remaining forest wildernesses.

Eating to extinction—urban appetite for bushmeat sparks wildlife crisis in Cambodia

From baby elephants to sun bears and pangolins, escalating demand for bushmeat in towns and cities is taking an increasingly heavy toll on some of Cambodia's most endangered wildlife.

Three critically endangered red-headed vulture nests discovered in Cambodia’s Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary

Three nests of the critically endangered red-headed vulture were found in January in Cambodia's Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary by conservationists from the Ministry of Environment (MoE), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and local communities.