Photo: Tigers, Elephants Returning to War-Torn Cambodia Forest



Asian elephants walk through the Mondulkiri Protected Forest in eastern Cambodia in this undated photograph, which was triggered by a camera trap.

Decades after war wiped out most of the reserve's native wildlife, small but growing populations of animals—including Indochinese tigers, Asian elephants, and critically endangered species such as the giant ibis—are being spotted.

AP Photo/Flora and Fauna International Intl, HO


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