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Global Family Affair: Sequoia Park Finds Sister in Cambodia

A struggling park halfway across the world has turned to Sequoia National Park for help in preserving a war-torn region that covers thousands of acres of rain forest and is home to some of the last Asian elephants and Asiatic bears on Earth.

Cambodia's Samlaut park was a Khmer Rouge stronghold until 10 years ago, and today its future is threatened by poachers, loggers and public indifference.

Actor Advocates Animal Rights in Toronto

It's not unusual for animal-rights activists to visit the Ontario legislature, but yesterday's famous speaker had no problem attracting attention.

Actor and activist Bo Derek ignited some excitement at Queen's Park during a visit to speak about endangered and trafficked species and to promote the website Wildaid.org.

Politicians greeted Derek in the legislature and journalists rushed to an impromptu question-and-answer session with the former Playboy cover girl.

The 50-year-old actor, famed for her role in the movie 10, spoke about the illegal trade of animal parts.

WildAid Featured in August issue of Vanity Fair

In its August issue, Vanity Fair features a sixteen-page article entitled, “Agony and Ivory,” which depicts the extreme brutality and danger of the ever-growing Ivory Trade and its devastating impact on our world’s elephants. Long-time and highly acclaimed elephant conservationist, Iain Douglas-Hamilton, mentions WildAid’s vital work in the public awareness sector through partnerships with celebrity ambassadors such as Jackie Chan and Yao Ming.

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