Steep canyon walls line the swift, powerful and undammed Salween, one of the longest free-flowing rivers in the world. Its extensive drainage basin supports a biodiversity comparable with the Mekong. The people who live on the Salween are relatively isolated from the rest of the world.Logging began on the mountains surrounding the Salween in the late 20th century, and has damaged the river's ecology.

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