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If you stepped on a bẫy cạp or jawed trap, you would certainly receive an injury to the ankle, even break a bone, despite your hiking boots, the deputy head of the Rang Rang ranger station, in Vinh Cuu Nature Reserve, Dong Nai Province, Nguyen Van Nam, told me. [ more... ]
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The black-hooded oriole, Oriolus xanthornus, it is said in popular culture to correspond to the girl called Tấm, the Vietnamese version of Cinderella, in the Vietnamese story Tấm Cám. [ more... ]
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The Small Minivet, Pericrocotus cinnamomeus, hồng vũ or phường chèo nhỏ, in Vietnamese, mainly lives in thinly populated forests with rocky mountains. [ more... ]
In Group 4, Xanh Hamlet, Tra Trung Commune, Tay Tra District, in the mountains of Quang Ngai Province, Central Vietnam, seven montagnard families, with 31 members [ more... ]
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If you explore tropical rain forest in Vietnam at night, you may see the giant flying mammal the flying lemur Cynocephalus variegatus. Flying lemurs can glide from one tree to another without falling into or being entangled in vines or bushes. [ more... ]
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T here is an animal by the name of tắc kè. I don’t know whether it is peculiar to Vietnam, or whether Vietnam is its strongest habitat, but I have heard its call in the night in the village of Ap Long Quoi Be [ more... ]
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Early one Sunday morning in April, after a strong, sweet Vietnamese coffee and a bowl of spicy street noodles, four of us set off on two motorbikes for Son Tra Nature Reserve, a mountainous peninsula, not far from my home in Danang. [ more... ]
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The white-breasted waterhen, or chim quốc, Amaurornis phoenicurus, is a glossy-grey-and-green waterbird with a white chest. [ more... ]
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It is hoped that Ny can be rehabilitated gradually into the semi-wild of Cat Tien and become a strong symbol, a flagship elephant [ more... ]
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Ninety-two-year-old Than Thi Hue pointed toward the back yard of her house in Bao Loc, 200 km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, where she used to hear the sound of Da M’rong waterfall three decades ago. She recalled the wild purity and peacefulness of nature in the sound of the falling water. [ more... ]
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