Cambodia’s Cardamom Hills sees return of wild elephants and otters


Smooth-coated otters were also seen at the conservation site. — CAROLINE BALWDWIN

Cambodia shares some good news with the world – wild elephants have returned to one of the forest conservation sites in the country.

At the Cardamom Tented Camp, forest rangers discovered and photographed elephant footprints and droppings within the area’s 18,000ha forest concession which the camp protects, with help from Wildlife Alliance and the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation (GTAEF).

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