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Conservation of wildlife animals in U Minh Ha Forest

(12:42:57 PM 18/10/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Mr. Nguyen Van Hai, Head of the Forest Protection Department under Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Ca Mau province said that more and more rare wild animals recently appeared to survive and thrive in U Minh Ha Melaleuca forest such as monkeys, wild boar, ferrets, pythons, snakes, varan, crocodiles...

Conservation of wildlife animals in U Minh Ha Forest

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Notably, wild boar is a kind of rare animal disappeared for recent decades. According to recorded tracks at Vo Doi National Park, the amount of wild boar can be up to hundreds.
In addition to the above animals, U Minh Ha forest still remains 5 bird gardens with dozens of species such as storks, cauldrons, warblers, cormorants, water-cocks, scolopacidaes...
U Minh Ha Melaleuca forest in Ca Mau province has an area of 80,000 hectares; it is known as the paradise of wildlife animals. The increasing number of rare wild animals appearing is good signs for the conservation of wildlife animals in Vietnam.


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