Friday, May 11, 2007
This is the first ever photographs of a wild leopard with young in Cambodia show that a pioneering project is helping to conserve wildlife and support local livelihoods there. The photographs were taken by the animals themselves when they triggered camera traps that had been set up by WWF wildlife biologists working with local community rangers. The leopards are living in the Srepok Wilderness Area of Mondulkiri in north-eastern Cambodia.
Posted by Kratzy at 9:36 AM