Wildlife is disappearing fast in Burma

May 1986
International Wildlife;May/Jun86, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p16
Wildlife is disappearing fast in Burma, but bold new conservation plans are rousing a slumbering nation. Article tells how the largest country on the Southeast Asia mainland, the hermit nation, is rising to meet the threats to its forests and its wildlife. INSET: Burma's troubled mammals..


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