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Saving the enigmatic dholes of Cambodia

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Jan Kamler with an anesthetised dhole

We are supporting Jan Kamler, based at WildCRU, to help learn more about the dholes of Cambodia. In the last 50 years their numbers have crashed across Asia, most likely because of the loss of their habitat and a decline in the species they feed on. Unfortunately the dholes in the park where Jan is based have recently suffered from a catastrophic outbreak of canine distemper disease – most likely bought into the park by poacher’s dogs. Luckily the population shows signs of recovering and Jan can continue his work.

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