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June 21, 2010
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho...
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho Kong province, 400 km (249 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, June 19, 2010. Ten baby Siamese crocodiles are being raised at the natural resource protection community. Adam Starr, programme manager of wildlife conservation group Fauna and Flora International, whose organisation was involved in recovering and incubating the crocodile eggs, said he believes there are about 250 Siamese crocodiles left in the wild. Picture taken June 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lach Chantha (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
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RTR2FHAI
June 21, 2010
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho...
Rare baby Siamese crocodiles are seen at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho Kong province, 400 km (249 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, June 19, 2010. Ten baby Siamese crocodiles are being raised at the natural resource protection community. Adam Starr, programme manager of wildlife conservation group Fauna and Flora International, whose organisation was involved in recovering and incubating the crocodile eggs, said he believes there are about 250 Siamese crocodiles left in the wild. Picture taken June 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lach Chantha (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
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June 21, 2010
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile...
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho Kong province, 400 km (249 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, June 19, 2010. Ten baby Siamese crocodiles are being raised at the natural resource protection community. Adam Starr, programme manager of wildlife conservation group Fauna and Flora International, whose organisation was involved in recovering and incubating the crocodile eggs, said he believes there are about 250 Siamese crocodiles left in the wild. Picture taken June 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lach Chantha (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
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June 21, 2010
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile...
Lon Det, project officer of Cambodia's crocodile conservation programme, holds a rare baby Siamese crocodile at Thmor Daun Pove's natural resource protection community in Kho Kong province, 400 km (249 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, June 19, 2010. Ten baby Siamese crocodiles are being raised at the natural resource protection community. Adam Starr, programme manager of wildlife conservation group Fauna and Flora International, whose organisation was involved in recovering and incubating the crocodile eggs, said he believes there are about 250 Siamese crocodiles left in the wild. Picture taken June 19, 2010. REUTERS/Lach Chantha (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
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RTXB7M5
February 04, 2009
Zoo keepers immobilize a crocodile for a blood test at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province,...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Zoo keepers immobilize a crocodile for a blood test at Phnom Tamao wildlife center
Zoo keepers immobilize a crocodile for a blood test at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis on the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed at finding purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is a greatly endangered animal that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Environmentalists calculate there are less than 250 of this reptile in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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February 04, 2009
Troy Suville (C) and Toby Eastue (R), ecologists from World Wildlife Fund, try to capture a crocodile...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Troy Suville and Toby Eastue, ecologists from World Wildlife Fund, try to capture a crocodile for a blood...
Troy Suville (C) and Toby Eastue (R), ecologists from World Wildlife Fund, try to capture a crocodile for a blood test with the help of Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (L) at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis on the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed at finding purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is a greatly endangered animal that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Environmentalists calculate there are less than 250 of this reptile in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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RTXB7LU
February 04, 2009
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (R), looks on
as Dr. Nhim Thy (L) takes...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International looks on as Dr. Nhim Thy takes a blood sample...
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (R), looks on
as Dr. Nhim Thy (L) takes a blood sample from a crocodile at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis on the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed at finding purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is a greatly endangered animal that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Estimations calculate less than 250 adults survive in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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February 04, 2009
Zoo keepers lasso a crocodile for a blood test in a cage at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province,...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Zoo keepers lasso a crocodile for a blood test in a cage at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province...
Zoo keepers lasso a crocodile for a blood test in a cage at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis on the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed at finding purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is a greatly endangered animal that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Estimations calculate less than 250 adults survive in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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February 04, 2009
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (L), looks on as Dr. Nhim Thy extracts a...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International, looks on as Dr. Nhim Thy extracts a blood...
Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (L), looks on as Dr. Nhim Thy extracts a blood sample from a crocodile at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis over the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed to find purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is one of the most endangered animals that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Estimations calculate less than 250 adults survive in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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February 04, 2009
Toby Eastue, ecologist from WWF (2nd L), Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International...
PHNOM TAMOA, Cambodia
Toby Eastue, ecologist from WWF, Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International and zoo...
Toby Eastue, ecologist from WWF (2nd L), Adam Starr, project manager of Fauna and Flora International (L) and zoo keepers carry a crocodile for a blood test at Phnom Tamao wildlife center in Takoe province, 45 km (28 miles) south of Phnom Penh, February 4, 2009. Fauna and Flora International Cambodia is running a DNA analysis on the crocodile population at the Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center aimed at finding purebred Siamese Crocodiles among the population of over 70 kept in the sanctuary. The Siamese Crocodile is a greatly endangered animal that used to be common in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. Estimations calculate less than 250 adults survive in the wild. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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