Bach Ma National park and Cuc Phuong National Park released 34 wild animals
Update6/14/2021 10:17:58 AM
Impressed tortoises released into the wood
Impressed tortoises released into the wood
In response to the world environmental day themed "Phuc hoi he sinh thai" (eco-system restoration), Bach Ma National park and Cuc Phuong National Park released 31 crab-eating macaques (Macaca fascicularis), 03 impressed tortoises (Manouria impressa) which belong to IIB group and 01 bengal monitor (Varanus bengalensis) which belong to IB group as regulated on Decree No. 06/2019/ND-CP dated January 22nd, 2019 of the Government on managing endangered, precious and rare species of forest fauna and flora and observation of convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora.

In recent years, wild animals are still being illegally hunted, traded and transported. This results in a loss of biodiversity and direct impact on forest ecosystem as well as human life.

Crab-eating macaque released into the wood

Bach Ma forest is an ideal habitat for the above-mentioned species. Having been released in good health condition, these animal will be monitored, managed and protected so that they can live in a green and safe environment.

The burden on nature can be relieved if each citizen joins hand to recover eco-systems by saving environmental resources, preventing illegal consumption, trade and exploitation. Particularly, it is necessary to raise young generations' awareness of protecting nature and biodiversity for a sustainable forest ecology, relieve climate change, prevent and mitigate disasters.

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