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The Mondulkiri Project's mission is to conserve and preserve the diminishing forests in Cambodia. They also help in rescuing abused elephants and place them in their natural habitat - in the forest. Did you know that elephants have been working since the Indus Valley Civilization (3300 -1700 BC) and this still persists up to the modern times. More Asian elephants are being victims of this kind of abuse and we also heard about the poaching and killing of the African elephants for their ivory tusks. If anyone is interested to support such project, you can help by donating and volunteering in taking good care of these beautiful creatures. It breaks my heart seeing them being taken away from their families just to entertain humans. Such cruelty has to end. For more information, you can visit these sites. (Cambodia) or (Chiang Mai, Thailand). I've been to both sanctuaries and they are doing an absolutely superb job in protecting the wildlife. Let us do our part in protecting our home. This is such a beautiful world after all. Cambodia Traveling Mondulkiri Elephant The Lonely Planet Natgeo Natgeowild The Traveler - 2015 EyeEm Awards
The breath taking view of Tiñan View Point in Sabtang, Batanes. Traveling Eyeem Philippines Philippines The Lonely Planet Natgeolandscape Natgeo Nature EyeEm Best Shots Batanes
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The Traveler - 2015 EyeEm Awards A local Khmer woman at Kampung Phluk floating village in Siem Reap. Traveling Cambodia Siem Reap The Lonely Planet Natgeo Natgeotravel
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