The Endangered Last ‘Blank Spot’ on Ind…

Attapeu—which translates somewhat poetically to “buffalo dung station”—is at the very bottom of Laos, bordering northeastern Cambodia’s Virachey National Park, a heavily forested region called Phuvong District. It is seemingly one of the few truly lost areas remaining on the planet, an unmapped, unknown area that seemingly couldn’t exist in a region as heavily exploited as Indochina in this millennium.

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