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Khmer woman searches for ‘Death Falls’

Publication date 16 May 2022 | 21:02 | ICT

Having spent five years as an environmental activist, Pheng Sreysor has proven her dedication to protecting Cambodia’s natural resources through volunteering and taking part in wildlife conservation missions since she was just a teenager.

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