6 dead two-horned rhinoceros in Nghe An, which weigh more-than-1-ton, were sampled and destroyed

Police are clarifying the cause of 6 rhinos raised at the zoo died simultaneously. The dead rhinos were 2-horned rhinoceros (Sumatran rhinoceros), each weighing more than 1 ton and all of them were sampled and destroyed. Rhinos are raised in the ecological zone. Photo: M.T Regarding the case of 6…

23/09/2022

An illegal transportation of 30 civets caught in Tay Ninh

The illegal transportation of 30 Small Indian civets A driver transporting 30 Small Indian civets has just been arrested by the Tay Ninh Provincial Police. Specifically, at 3 p.m. on August 5, after receiving information that someone was driving a car with control plate 70A-192.04 transporting wild animals from Chau…

08/09/2022

259 Rhinos Have Been Poached During The First Six Months Of 2022; Poachers Are On The Move In South Africa

Sanparks recently announced that a total of 259 rhinos have been poached for their horns in South Africa during the first half of this year. Sadly, the demand for rhino horns remains a constant threat to the population of the endangered species. Crime syndicates are continuing to operate within South…

10/08/2022

Kbang: Detecting a household illegally capturing wild animals

(GLO) – According to the locals, on August 1, The Forest Protection Department in Kbang District coordinated with the district police and Kbang town police (Gia Lai province) to inspect Mrs. Nguyen Thi Lai’s house (residential group 11, Kbang town) and discovered that there were wild animals in the freezer….

08/08/2022

3 Vietnamese arraigned over pangolin scale, tusk smuggling in Nigeria

The Nigeria Customs Services (NCS) brought seven men, including three Vietnamese nationals, to the Federal High Court in Lagos, the African country’s largest city, for allegedly trafficking pangolin scales and elephant ivory last week. 3 Vietnamese arraigned over pangolin scale, tusk smuggling in Nigeria The arraignment took place on July…

03/08/2022

Wild tiger population has risen by 40%

Recent reports from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) have shown that the number of wild tigers has increased by 40%, compared to the assessment from 2015. Tiger population has increased steadily over the years. D. Johnston According to IUCN’s Red List of Threatened Species, the number of…

01/08/2022

Tiger conservation in Vietnam: Only lack of “Doing real things”!

The story of protecting, preserving, and combating illegal captives, trading, transporting, and making tiger bone glue in Vietnam has never been as hot as it is right now. In 2021, the largest tiger rescue in Vietnam’s history, with 24 adult tigers and cubs, escaped from the hands of illegal businesses….

22/07/2022

‘Inspiring to see’: scientists show how forests of kelp can potentially be brought back to life

Tasmania’s giant kelp has all but vanished, but worldwide restoration efforts provide hope the precious habitats can be rejuvenated Prof Adriana Vergés has found the most successful way of regenerating kelp forests is through transplants from a donor site. Photograph: John Turnbull The thick underwater forests off Tasmania’s east coast…

22/07/2022

Found a rare Bengal monitor lizard near the Hue Imperial City

On the afternoon of July 16th, the Hue branch of forest protection took in a rare Bengal monitor lizard from a local. Earlier, Mr. Tran Van Son (residing in No. 298 Le Duan St., Hue) found a group of men capturing a monitor lizard near the Hue Imperial City on…

22/07/2022

Turtle DNA database traces illegal shell trade to poaching hotspots

– Critically endangered hawksbill turtles have been hunted for their patterned shells for centuries to make tortoiseshell jewelry and decorative curios. – The exploitation and trade pushed the species to the brink of extinction; despite international bans on killing and trading the turtles and their parts, persistent demand continues to…

21/07/2022