Created 17 June 2022
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Nha Trang scrambles to save coral reefs from bleaching

Saving coral reefs in Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area from massive bleaching is a priority that requires a long-term, scientific and sustainable strategy, scientists and oceanographers have said.

 
Created 15 June 2022
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USAID launches Species Conservation Fund in Việt Nam

The United State Agency for International Development (USAID) Biodiversity Conservation Activity has launched a $1.4 million Species Conservation Fund (SCF) in Việt Nam

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Created 14 June 2022
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USAID and agriculture ministry launches project to combat wildlife trafficking

The Saving Threatened Wildlife project aims to help Việt Nam control the increasingly serious wildlife trafficking situation.

 
Created 13 June 2022
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Saving coral from jaws of death major challenge in Nha Trang

Due to the extensive period coral needs to grow, saving those in Nha Trang on the brink of death is no mean feat, experts have stressed.

A diver swims over a dead coral reef in Mun Island of Nha Trang Town, June 2022. Photo by VnExpress/Duc Kha

   
Created 10 June 2022
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Efforts to save pangolin in Việt Nam (Video)

Pangolins are on the brink of extinction in Việt Nam as they are widely hunted for their meat and for traditional medicine purposes.

Pangolin Rescue Vietnam — JUSTIN MOTT

 
Created 10 June 2022
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Endangered stork flock to southern Việt Nam

More than 1,000 Asian openbills, an endangered species in Việt Nam, are gathering at a savanna called Tà Nốt inside the Lò Gò-Xa Mát National Park in the southeastern province of Tây Ninh, according to the national park’s director Châu Văn Văn.

   
Created 09 June 2022
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Traditional medicine workshop addresses wildlife trade

More than 60 traditional medicine doctors, practitioners, and students discussed innovative solutions to eradicate treatments using endangered wild animals at a workshop in Hà Nội on June 8.

 
Created 08 June 2022
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More grey-shanked douc langurs found in Quảng Nam's Hòn Dồ Mountain

A total of 68 grey-shanked douc langurs are living in Hòn Dồ mountain area, Quảng Nam Province. The primates were found after an assessment of the area in Tam Mỹ Tây commune , Núi Thành District.

   
Created 22 October 2021
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Investigation launched to find killers of endangered langurs in Quảng Ngãi

The grey-shanked douc langur is listed on the International Union for Conservation of Nature red list as one of the world’s 25 most critically endangered primates. The primates can only be found in Việt Nam.

 
Created 19 October 2021
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Five critically endangered langurs shot dead in central Vietnam

Quang Ngai authorities are looking into a case in which five grey-shanked douc langurs were shot dead by poachers in a local forest.

The five grey-shanked douc langurs shot dead by poachers in Quang Ngai Province, October 18, 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Pham Linh

   

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