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Khoe Kay: Biodiversity in Peril

By Karen Environmental and Social Action Network  •  October 1, 2008

This is the first biodiversity survey of the Salween River in Karen State, and documents 194 plant species and 200 animals, including 42 endangered species. Based on surveys conducted for three months at Khoe Kay, a bend in the river near the Weigyi dam site, it includes comprehensive charts and unique photographs.

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