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Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary - Article & Video

23 Jan 2015 08:41 #2660 by wildambience
Just came across this recent article on Mongabay.com featuring camera trap footage from Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary captured by Bruce Kekule & Greg McCann for the HabitatID organisation.

"Clouded leopards and elephants grace drowned forest in Thailand"


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Some highlights captured over a three month period were: "....clouded leopard showing up repeatedly to mark his territory, a herd of Asian elephants passing by and stopping at the sound of the camera-trap, listening carefully while one of the herd probes the camera with its trunk; Malayan tapirs inspecting our cameras; a secretive Asian golden cat patrolling the night trail; a water monitor attempting to destroy our camera (this actually happened with two different cameras); a rare Fea's muntjac walking the trail."

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23 Jan 2015 16:04 - 24 Jan 2015 12:42 #2661 by Paul T
Cool! I have never been anywhere south of Kui Buri - looks a great place.

I particularly liked the clouded leopard and asian golden cat footage, and what a strange infection/? on the hindquarters on one of the elephants - fascinating.

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