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Tuy Sereivathana (2010) wins National Geographic’s Emerging Explorers Award

June 7, 2011

Why should you scare wild elephants? In order to save them!

Congratulations to Tuy Sereivathana. The 2010 Goldman Prize winner from Cambodia has been awarded the 2011 National Geographic Emerging Explorers Award for his ground-breaking elephant conservation methods. Check out the video below to see how Sereivathana’s work has helped save his country’s elephants.

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