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Welcome to Our New Redesigned Website!

Welcome to the new VOACambodia.com. We hope you will find our new site easier to navigate with better visuals. Among the site's new features:
 
More visual appeal
The new VOACambodia.com includes more videos and photos in a larger new display.  Watch the latest news stories in our new and updated video player.

Same quality news reporting. Easier navigation
Categories have been streamlined and simplified to make it easier to find your favorite subjects.  Our webiste has a new look and we will continue to focus on the stories that matter to you with coverage from VOA reporters in various parts of Cambodia, Southeast Asia, North America, and around the world.

Improved video accessibility
Still can't find what you are looking for? Try out our improved search with faster and more accurate results.
 
Site in Khmer and English
Both our Khmer and English sites are improved and better connected through the right top-bar link.
 
We want your feedback. If you have a comment or question about the new look please leave us a comment below, on our Facebook page, or email us at khmer@voanews.com.

We hope you enjoy our new and updated design!
VOA Khmer Web Team
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In Cambodia, 'hairy-nosed otter' Worth Conservingi
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28 July 2014
Conservation International works in more than 30 countries around the world to help protect and preserve our planet. In Cambodia, the group is working with local communities to protect several endangered species, including something called a "hairy-nosed otter." The otter was once thought to be extinct, but it was discovered recently in Cambodia. VOA Khmer's Poch Reasey recently interviewed two officials from the agency, Peter Stonier and John Martin, to discuss conservation in Cambodia.

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