A graffiti campaign has been conducted in some Vietnamese localities to call for the public protection of wild animals.
VOV.VN - Former beauty queen Huyen My had the opportunity to welcome to Vietnam the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis, who is in Hanoi to attend the third conference on wildlife trade.
VOV.VN - Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh on November 17 opened a conference in Hanoi on illegal wildlife trade with a warning that the failure to protect endangered species would have dire consequences.
VOV.VN - The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William Arthur Philip Louis on November 16 had an interesting meeting with 50 young Vietnamese people in Hanoi talking about their contributions to the society.
VOV.VN - More than 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes, have gone on display at Hanoi Creative City, 1 Luong Yen Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.
Commercial breeding and trading of wild animals should be banned in Vietnam as it will decimate numbers in endangered species and drive them to the verge of extinction.
Eighteen Bengal tigers and a large number of rare animals can walk freely in Phu Quoc Safari on Vietnam’s largest island, Phu Quoc, in Kien Giang Province, while visitors ride in specialized buses to see wild animals running outside.
(VOV) - Pangolins, also known as scaly anteaters, a creature native to Vietnam and a few other countries in Asia and Africa, are currently on the brink of extinction, threatened by illegal poaching and wildlife trade.
Vietnam and Mozambique recently co-organised a series of activities towards the signing of an agreement on bilateral cooperation on wild animal protection.
The Wild Animal Rescue Centre of Pu Mat National Park in the central province of Nghe An handed over two Indochinese tigers to the Hanoi centre for wild animal rescue and forest protection on December 7.
(VOV) - In a bid to protect wild animals, private businesses are teaming up with Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV), a non-governmental organization, to promote the conservation of nature and the environment.
(VOV) - The Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) will provide continued support for Vietnam’s preservation and protection of endangered wild animals, and effective implementation of the convention.
The management board of Tram Chim National Park in the southern province of Dong Thap has just released into the park 10 wild animals, some of which are rare species.
The organization, ‘Education on Nature Vietnam’ (ENV), has announced a new website where people can identify many different kinds of species to encourage communities to protect Vietnam’s wildlife.