ANGELINA JOLIE ADOPTS CAMBODIAN FOREST

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According to reports, Angelina Jolie will provide over $1.3 million over five years in order to protect almost 52,000 acres of forest in Cambodia.

The forest, known as the “100 Elephants Forest,” is in a remote area in northwestern Cambodia and is said to be the home of some of the last remaining wild tigers and elephants in the country.

Jolie’s first installment of $350,000 is scheduled to arrive in Cambodia in just over a week. Over the next four years, she has plans to give $250,000 per year toward the cause.

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