In a threatened Cambodian forest, hand-in-hand push to protect land and people

Cambodia's deforestation rate is one of the fastest in the world. That puts endangered animals at risk, as well as cultures that have long drawn on the forests for their livelihoods and traditions. But conservation initiatives may help protect these communities.

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For the Chong people of Cambodia, Siamese crocodiles are revered, respected, and left alone.