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    A Sumatran tiger was captured by a "camera trap," a camera rigged with an infrared sensor, in a forest in Indonesia.
    © WWF-Indonesia/Tiger Research Team
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    Asian elephants, like those caught on camera here, could be at risk of human encroachment into forest areas, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
    © FA WWF-CAMBODIA / WWF-Greater Mekong
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    Sumatran tiger cubs sniffed a camera trap in the Sumatran jungle, in Indonesia
    WWF
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    A camera trap took a photo of a tiger in Malaysia.
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    A camera caught a mother and a baby Asian elephant, in Cambodia's Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary.
    © Cambodia WWF/ GDANCP
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    A young Sumatran tiger is captured by "camera trap" in Bukit Betabuh Protection Forest, in Indonesia.
    WWF-Indonesia / Tiger Survey Team
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    A giant panda wanders by a "camera trap" in China's Sichaun province.
    © WWF China/Wang Lang NR/Peking University / WWF-Canon
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    A leopard peers into a "camera trap" in Cambodia's Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary.
    © Cambodia WWF/ GDANCP
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