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Anti-Poaching Efforts Pay Off in Thailand

A Night Cap

Tigress and cubs

(Image credit: DNP-Government of Thailand/WCS Thailand Program.)

A tigress drinks with her cubs from a watering hole inside Thailand's Western Forest Complex.

Out For A Stroll

Malayan Tapir

(Image credit: DNP-Government of Thailand/WCS Thailand Program.)

A Malayan tapir pauses as it trips the infra-red beam of a camera trap in Thailand.

Peek-A-Boo

Asian elephant calf

(Image credit: DNP-Government of Thailand/WCS Thailand Program.)

An Asian elephant calf peeks out from the middle of a herd of adults. The Western Forest Complex of Thailand contains one of Southeast Asia's largest and most important elephant populations.

Who's There?

peafowl

(Image credit: DNP-Government of Thailand/WCS Thailand Program.)

A green peafowl eyes the camera.

Look Out, Poachers!

anti-poaching team

(Image credit: DNP-Government of Thailand/WCS Thailand Program.)

An anti-poaching team on patrol.

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