The Mountains That Time Forgot

Johnson, Kay
September 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/11/2000, Issue 36, p48
Focuses on the Cardamom Mountains in Cambodia. Use of the mountains as a refuge for the Khmer Rouge guerrilla group; Rare plant and animal species which have been discovered; Timber concessions granted by the government; Concerns of conservationists about the protection of the Cardamoms.


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