South-east Asia is home to some of the richest biodiversities in the world. The region's rainforests, seas and swamps teem with life - some already known to man, others just waiting to be discovered.
But it is also where some animals are fast becoming extinct, due to rapid population growth and weak governance of protected areas.
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