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Tigers forever: a wildlife hike in north-east Laos12 Oct 1:30am

Tigers forever: a wildlife hike in north-east Laos

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A guided trek on Mount Forever helps protect endangered tigers and also reveals an exotic array of other, less elusive, wildlife The camp was dark save for the fire and the more muted glow from a tablet about to reveal the secrets of the forest. We crowded over images – covertly captured on camera traps in jungle barely trampled on by human feet. On the screen, the mammals and birds of this remote Laos forest flickered into life: stump-tailed macaques, a silver pheasant, a snuffling sun bear, an Asian antelope, an Indian mongoose, a couple of sambar deer, and a pair of white spectacled Lao leaf monkeys. This photographic bounty was an animal jackpot up here in sky-scraping terrain on the Laos-Vietnam border.
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