Biodiversity

Animals

521 endangered animals saved in 2018

As many as 521 endangered wildlife animals were saved in Vietnam in 2018 thanks to the engagement of people and law enforcement agencies, NGO Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) announced on February 11. Up to 1,666 wildlife-related violations were also detected, of which 64 percent involved illegally ...

VNA Reporter

Dong Nai uses drones to protect elephants

The Forest Protection Department of Dong Nai Province has distributed new equipment to the forest rangers on January 29 in Dinh Quan District to prevent rampaging elephants.Keep reading ...

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Elephant conservation project receives more funding

NGO Animals Asia and Đắk Lắk Province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development have signed a co-operation agreement for elephant conservation in Việt Nam from 2019-22. AnimalsAsia said the agreement, which was signed on January 11, was part of the progress being made to protect endangered elephants ...

VNS Reporter

157 new flora, fauna discovered in the Greater Mekong, Việt Nam contributes 58

Scientists discovered 157 new animal and plant species in the Greater Mekong region last year, according to a report titled  “New species on the block”. It describes three mammal, 23 fish, 14 amphibian, 26 reptile, and 91 plant species discovered in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and ...

VNS Reporter

Wild animals in sanctuaries threatened by poachers

Vietnamese laws impose heavy sanctions on wildlife trafficking, but many violations still occur.Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Vietnam makes efforts in wildlife protection

Over the last decade, Vietnam has adopted policies and actions to fulfill its commitments to protecting rare and endangered wildlife, which is highly valued by the international community.Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

More guidance needed for judgment of wildlife crimes

Illegal wildlife traffickers face heavy punishment in Viet Nam, according to officials. Illegal endangered species hunters and traders face two to seven years in prison, or fines from VNĐ50 million (US$2,200) to VNĐ3 billion ($133,000).Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Large-antlered muntjac recorded by camera trap in Quang Nam

Two rare large-antlered muntjac have been photographed in a forest in Quảng Nam Province, providing hope for the future of the species. Scientists and conservationists of the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (Leibniz-IZW) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)-Vietnam captured the images of ...

Le Khanh

WWF report: Vietnamese, Chinese tourists blamed for wildlife trafficking

According to a report of WWF, tigers, elephants, bears and pangolin are four of the most widely traded species in the Golden Triangle — the border area where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar connect. A major driver of the illegal wildlife trade in the Golden Triangle – ...

VietnamNet Reporter

PM approves climate change, green growth programme

Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has green lighted the target programme to cope with climate change and promote green growth during 2016-20.Keep reading ...

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