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By: PJ Heffernan and Trinh Viet Cuong
181 pages, Tabs, figs, maps
Excellent FFI publication on a population of Asian elephants that is highly endangered, but does not receive the attention that it deserves.
The scope of this review is to bring together all the information currently known about elephants in Vietnam. It aims to present clear information detailing the size, location, habitat status and threats to elephant populations in Vietnam; to propose local and national recommendations to address the rapid decline of elephants in Vietnam; to highlight the severe threat of national extinction of the elephant in Vietnam; and to serve as a starting point and reference for future conservation projects, specific to each population.
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