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Subscribe to watch full natural history and science documentaries! A new documentary is uploaded every week. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesecretsofnature Twitter: https://twitter.com/NatureUniversum Southeast Asia at its best. 85% of the country is untouched nature, widespread forests, steep mountains and wide river valleys, but also cool high plateaus and savannahs. The primeval forests support a fauna like something out of a fairy tale, with elephants, tigers, leopards, and some of the rarest animal species on the planet. Species never seen by humans are discovered at regular intervals. In recent decades, the few large mammals to be described for the first time were all found in Indochina and experts assume that most of them are at home in Laos: wild oxen such as the saola an...
The Nam Nern Night Safari is a 24-hour, boat-based tour deep into the jungles of Laos, in South-East Asia. (See www.NamEt.org) The highlight of the trip is the nighttime wildlife-spotlighting, when long-tail boats drift down the Nam Nern River looking for wild and endangered animals before returning visitors to the ecolodge within the national park. This innovative and adventurous journey is not only one of the few opportunities in Laos to view rare wildlife, but the trip is designed to support alternative livelihoods for local people and generate community support for conservation of tigers and other wildlife.
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Here I take a look around Thoulakham Zoo, located some 60 kilometers north of Vientiane in scenic countryside. The zoo is quite extensive and set in a shaded park with lush vegetation.There are a number of birds and animals to see, most native to Laos and South-East Asia. Coming mid week was good as we had the place almost to ourselves and I was the only foreign visitor. Music: "Instrumental By มาริสา พละกุญชร_Instrumental By Marisa Palakhunc-รักแท้มีอยู่จริง_Ruk Tae Mee Yoo Jing"
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Credit: Freeland/Panthera A rare population of Indochinese tigers has been discovered and filmed in the jungles of Eastern Thailand. The tigers were found thanks to the efforts of Freeland and Panthera, two wildlife conservation groups working in conjunction with Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation. These images and video, captured via camera trap and released on March 28, show not only adult tigers, but cubs. This is evidence of the “world’s second breeding Indochinese Tiger population…[and] the first evidence of a breeding population in Eastern Thailand in over 15 years” according to a press release issued by the organizations. Only about 8 percent of tiger grounds have confirmed breeding populations, Panthera reported, and this discovery indicate...
Culture Documentary HD Logging Threatens Local Wildlife and Culture in Laos (1996) Logging Lord : With Earth Summit II re-focusing the world’s attention on the environment, we take a look at one of the last remaining communist countries and its attempts to clear foreign debt by selling off its forests. For similar stories, see: Culture Clashes With Tourists In Laos: Damming the Mekong River (2010): Has This Village in Laos Sold Its Soul to the Tourism Industry?: Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: For downloads and more information visit: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Ploughing their way through the rain sodden tracks, logging trucks are a 24 hour concern on the Nakay Plateau. Led by General Cheng, the Mountainous Area Developm...
These two Sambar deers where spotted on Nam Nern Night Safari tour in Nam Et-Phou Louey national protected area in Houphan province The Nam Nern Night Safari is a 24-hour, boat-based tour deep into the jungles of Laos, in South-East Asia. (See www.NamEt.org) The highlight of the trip is the night-time wildlife-spotlighting, when long-tail boats drift down the Nam Nern River looking for wild and endangered animals before returning visitors to the ecolodge within the national park. This innovative and adventurous journey is not only one of the few opportunities in Laos to view rare wildlife, but the trip is designed to support alternative livelihoods for local people and generate community support for conservation of tigers and other wildlife.
How the Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone (GT SEZ) in Bokeo Province, Laos, has effectively become a hub for trade in illegal wildlife products and parts of endangered species including tigers, elephants, rhinos, bears, pangolins and reptiles. https://eia-international.org/
A resort city in northwest Laos where tourists can openly buy endangered species' parts has been exposed in a report by the Environmental Investigation Agency. The resort, named the Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone, also has restaurants were the menus consist of many endangered animals including tiger, bear, monitor lizards, pangolins, geckos, and a variety of snakes and turtles. We look at the story on the Lip News with Nik Zecevic and Jose Marcelino Ortiz. http://thelip.tv/ http://www.youtube.com/theliptv2
Tiger skins and rhino horns are being openly traded in Laos - despite a ban to protect the endangered species. An investigation has revealed the goods are being sold at a gambling resort popular with Chinese tourists. Al Jazeera's Nick Clark has the story. More on our website: http://aljazeera.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/AJEngligh Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/aljazeera
The ecotourism products at NEPL NPA have been designed to create a direct link between conservation and tourism so that the money that tourists pay has a positive impact on encouraging local people to protect endangered wildlife. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has been supporting the NEPL Management Unit since 2003, and has assisted with the development of ecotourism products commencing in 2009. During this time significant experience has been gained on how to implement ecotourism in the Laos NPA context, and how to ensure effective operations and meaningful community engagement.