I recently published a story about how the dreaded “empty forest syndrome” seems to be creeping its way into Northeastern Cambodia’s Virachey National Park.
The stripe-backed wease has been discovered in Virachey National Park in Ratanakkiri.
The rarely explored, and somehow disregarded, Virachey National Park in Ratanakiri province hides in it the real beauty of nature. With only very few people who were interested enough to journey deep into the wilderness, Virachey – which may be the world’s greatest park – remains almost unknown.
Could Virachey National Park hold unknown repositories of critically endangered species? A team led by conservationist and academic Gregory McCann tries to unravel this secret by trekking into a virtual no-man’s land of mountain spirits.