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Wildlife released in Binh Dinh Province

Update: October, 27/2014 - 08:59
rest management officers from Tuy Phuoc District in the central province of Binh Dinh have released endangered animals they rescued from traffickers last week. — Photo baomoi

BINH DINH  (VNS) — Forest management officers from Tuy Phuoc District in the central province of Binh Dinh have released endangered animals they rescued from traffickers last week.

Forest rangers rescued the animals from a local in the district.

The animals included a Javan mouse-deer, king cobras, an Indian rat snake and a small Indian civet, and are all listed as endangered or critically endangered species in Viet Nam. They also found weasels, bamboo rats, hedgehogs and grass-snakes. — VNS


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