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Rare gibbons boosted by Cambodia conservation project
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9 August 2022
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The population of an endangered species of gibbon is being boosted thanks to a special project in Cambodia. Conservationists in the Angkor Wat forest have been working hard to increase numbers of pileated gibbons in the wild. Since 2013, when the first breeding pair -- Baray and Saranick -- were introduced to the forest, four new pairs have joined and there are seven baby gibbons too.
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