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By Toggle Video Published: 18 Aug 2017 Audio: English
Southeast Asia has the highest number of wildlife species near extinction worldwide. For the first time, Channel NewsAsia tracks five wildlife conservation heroes deep into the forests of four countries across the region. In Vietnam, Dr Le Khac Quyet braves treacherous terrain to study and protect rare Tonkin snub-nosed monkeys. They're the world's top 25 most endangered primates. Anais Tritto fights poaching attempts while breeding critically endangered songbirds in Indonesia. Dr Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz helps to defuse human-elephant conflicts in Malaysia, enabling Asian elephants to fulfil their vital ecological role. Back home, Daniel Ng is racing against time to save and breed the endemic Singapore Freshwater Crab while Mary-Ruth tracks reticulated pythons across the city-state to help wildlife managers develop strategies to ease human-animal conflicts. Watch their stories of inspiration and hope in the special documentary, "Wild We Can - Singapore's Role in Conservation".
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