The release into the wild of 20 juvenile Critically Endangered Siamese crocodiles in August 2014 was a significant step forward for the survival of the species in Cambodia. Leer más.
One such family of worm-like animals are the caecilians, which are actually amphibians in the order Gymnophiona. Caecilians are worm-like in their lack of legs and presence of annuli (ringed segments). Recently researchers described three new caecilians in the genus Ichthyophis in Vietnam and Cambodia in a new paper in Organisms Diversity & Evolution. Leer más.