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Asia is the largest continent on the planet, with a bewildering number of ecosystems containing a truly amazing range of wildlife. Culturally too, there are huge differences between the various countries that make up the continent, which gives even greater challenges to the aim of wildlife conservation.

Our projects to date largely have centred on helping to conserve the dwindling tropical forests of South East Asia and its endangered wildlife, but the increasing threat from the illegal trade and food markets has seen us broadening our approach to try and help tackle this rise in demand for exotic animals and plants.

Check out our projects for the latest update on our work in Asia.