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Vu Quang National Park receives rare monkey

 Macaca assamensis or Assam macaque is discovered by a resident of Huong Son District,

Vu Quang National Park yesterday received a nine- kilogram monkey with the scientific name of Macaca assamensis or Assam macaque from the Forest Management Board of Huong Son District in the north central province of Ha Tinh.

 

Vietnam multiplies rare Muntjac in Truong Son Mountain Range

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The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will continue multiplication for a number of the Sao La, the world’s rarest wildlife were discovered at the Truong Son Mountain Range of Vie [ … ]

   

Were sao la seen in Quang Binh after 10 years of no sightings?

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Described as a timid species only living in primeval forests, sao la, or Asian unicorn, ( Pseudoryx nghetinhensis) have been spotted in the central province of Quang Binh.

   

Ninh Bình bear sanctuary opens

The bear sanctuary operated by wildlife welfare organisation Four Paws Việt opened to the public on Thursday in the northern province of Ninh Bình, marking a new milestone for efforts to pro [ … ]

   

University researcher discovers new insect species in Central Highlands

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A new species of damselfly has been discovered by a Vietnamese scientist, Phan Quoc Toan, director of the Center of Entomology & Parasitology Research at Duy Tan University.

   

Tens of gaur individuals seen in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

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A program to survey the status of some large important animals at Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park has recorded tens of gaur individuals moving in herd.

   

New damselfly species found in central Việt Nam

A report about a new species of damselfly (Coeliccia Lecongcoi) – found in central Việt Nam – was officially published by Zootaxa (a peer-reviewed scientific journal on animal taxo [ … ]

   

521 endangered animals saved in 2018

As many as 521 endangered wildlife animals were saved in Việt Nam in 2018 thanks to the engagement of people and law enforcement agencies, NGO Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) announced on [ … ]

   

Rare sea turtle released back into ocean

The management board of the Chàm Islands Marine Protected Area has released a rare sea turtle that was accidentally caught by a local fisherman back into its natural habitat.

   

Raising wildlife for conservation faces big challenges

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Species diversity in Vietnam has been declining rapidly because of illegal poaching and trafficking. In 1996, Vietnam had 25 species listed as endangered, but in 2014 the figure had risen to [ … ]

   

Some gaur individuals seen in Quang Binh's forest

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On January 15, some residents in Quang Binh Province’s Le Thuy District said that they had seen some gaur (Bos gaurus) individuals seeking for food near An Bai and Ha Lec villages.

   

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