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A road running though the Beng Per Wildlife Sanctuary, in northern Cambodia. The sanctuary is a sanctuary in name only as most of the land has been sold by the government for agricultural concessions. The South East Asian country has one of the fastest rates of deforestation in the world and it is estimated only 3% of primary forest is left throughout the country. Forest clearance is fuelled by demand for agricultural land and high value species of tree for the Asian furniture market.

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