VOV.VN -Police in Ha Tinh province have uncovered an operation involving the illegal transportation of live pangolin, listed on the Red List of endangered species, weighing a total of 140 kilogrammes.
A camera trap has caught the large-antlered muntjac, one of the rarest and most threatened mammal species of Southeast Asia, for the first time in the central province of Quang Nam.
The Central Highlands province of Lam Dong has recently approved the development and management plan of the Langbiang Biosphere Reserve in five years from 2018.
Scientists from the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology have discovered 700 psychedelic rock geckos (Cnemaspis psychedelica) on Hon Khoai island, Ngoc Hien district in the southernmost province of Ca Mau.
The Vietnamese office of the World Wildlife Fund has launched a campaign to increase commitment from both the public and private sectors in the conservation of saola, one of the world’s most endangered mammals.
The northern mountainous province of Son La will develop a new natural conservation area covering about 16,000 hectares in Muong La district while focusing on preserving its existing centres.
With a breathtaking natural landscape rich in cultural and historical treasures, Dong Thap province is set to become a tourism hot-spot.
Rare Ha Tinh langurs were found on a mountain in central Quang Binh, according to the local Forest Ranger Department.
A new set of postage stamps entitled ‘Vietnamese Primates’ will be issued next year to commemorate the 25th International Conference on Primates, to be held for the first time in Vietnam.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has announced that Vietnamese tra fish has been listed in the “Moving Towards Certification” category in European countries.
After the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) removed tra fish from the Red List, Vietnam’s tra breeders have to decide whether to apply the WWF’s Aquatic Stewardship Council (ASC) standards or not.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has agreed to remove Vietnam’s Tra fish from its Red List.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Vietnam agreed with the recommendation of the General Department of Fisheries to remove Vietnam’s Tra fish out of its Red List, announced the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).