Nature in focus at inaugural film and photo festival

Publication date 06 July 2020 | 21:53 | ICT

The first Cambodian Wildlife Photo and Film Festival – an event celebrating the conservation of nature through the eyes of wildlife photographers, nature enthusiasts and conservation experts – is scheduled for July 18-26 at Fauna in Focus



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