Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary
Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in central Cambodia, covering 2,544.85 km2 (982.57 sq mi). It was established in 1993. It is named after Phnom Aural, the country's tallest peak at 1,810 m (5,940 ft). The Aural mountains are part of the much larger Cardamom Mountains.
|Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary|
View of Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary
|Location||Kampong Chhnang Province, Kampong Speu Province and Pursat Province, Cambodia|
|Nearest city||Kampong Chhnang|
|Area||2,544.85 km2 (982.57 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Ministry of Environment|
Immediately east of Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary is the protected forest known as Central Cardamom Mountains.
- World Database on Protected Areas (2018). "Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary". Protected Planet, United Nations Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Retrieved 26 Dec 2018.
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