In recent decades, along with the robust development of the economy, the demand for wildlife in Việt Nam, especially in big cities, has increased.
In reality the number of loving, helpful elephants are decreasing at an alarming rate, and whereas conservation efforts are being discussed and funded, elephant breeds are still under serious risk of extinction.
To win a spot on the team you have to be healthy, love the forest and animals and have enough skills to live in the forest for a long time.
The central province of Nghệ An will spend VNĐ19 billion (US$818,000) on elephant conservation by 2025, a conference heard on Monday.
Since the establishment of Cúc Phương National Park in 1962, Việt Nam’s Government has devoted huge efforts to developing a system of protected and conserved areas, experts from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) announced at a workshop on Tuesday in Hà Nội.
Forest rangers in the central province of Nghệ An have detained five men for allegedly killing two langurs in the province’s Pù Mát National Park.