Ten baby Siamese crocodiles have been seen in the wild, a breakthrough for this species that was once thought to be extinct in the wild.
Conservationists from Fauna & Flora International (FFI) spotted the hatchlings in late January in Veal Veng crocodile sanctuary, a protected area in Cambodia managed by FFI.
Listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List, this is the second time in a decade that baby siamese crocodiles have been seen in the wild. It is estimated that only 250 Siamese crocodiles can be found in the rivers of Cambodia.
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