Vietnam authorities suspend tours to world’s largest cave

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Vietnam authorities suspend tours to world’s largest cave

Adventure tours to Vietnam’s Son Doong Cave -- the largest cave in the world -- has been suspended starting September 1.

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Increased promotional efforts for Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve

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VietnamPlus English 7 day(s) ago

The management board of Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve approved plans to further promote the reserve at a meeting on August 26.

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A day on Cham Island

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A day on Cham Island

Just 15km from Cua Dai beach in Hoi An are the Cham islands which is an ideal choice for travelers who are looking for fun in the sun by the sea.

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Congress of Int’l Primatological Society takes place in HN

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Congress of Int’l Primatological Society takes place in HN

VGP – The 25th Congress of the International Primatological society was held on Tuesday in Ha Noi.

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VASS president talks about Asia’s new economic order in India

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VASS president talks about Asia’s new economic order in India

President of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS) Nguyen Xuan Thang on August 12 delivered a speech on new political situation and economic order in Asia at the India Habitat Centre.

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Experts discuss ways to save planet's primates

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Experts discuss ways to save planet's primates

Scientists from 56 countries discussed how to conserve primate species at the International Primatological Society's 25th Congress yesterday in Ha Noi.

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Primates face extinction in Vietnam

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Primates face extinction in Vietnam

(VOV) -Like many other wild species in Vietnam, primates are on the verge of extinction due to illegal poaching, smuggling and habitat loss, an international symposium heard in Hanoi on August 12.

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New Vietnamese stamps feature endangered primates

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New Vietnamese stamps feature endangered primates

Four new stamps and a block design featuring the images of rare primates that face extinction in Viet Nam have just been released here.

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

VietNamNet Bridge – The population of large flying foxes (Pteropus vampyrus) living in the southern Ca Mau Province is facing depletion in its numbers.

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

The population of large flying foxes (Pteropus vampyrus) living in the southern Ca Mau Province is facing depletion in its numbers.

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Central Highland elephants need urgent protection

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Central Highland elephants need urgent protection

(VOV) -The magnificent elephants of the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak are currently at risk of imminent extinction due to loss of habitat and illegal hunting.

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Habitat loss threatens survival of flying fox

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The population of large flying foxes (Pteropus vampyrus) living in the southern Ca Mau Province is facing depletion in its numbers.

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

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Habitat loss threatens survival of large flying foxes

The population of large flying foxes (Pteropus vampyrus) living in the southern Ca Mau Province is facing depletion in its numbers.

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Are cranes leaving Tram Chim National Park forever?

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Are cranes leaving Tram Chim National Park forever?

VietNamNet Bridge – Unable to find food and places to sleep, more and more cranes have left the Tram Chim National Park. Only a few dozen cranes still “reside” at Tram Chim.

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Hai Phong develops sea tourism

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago

With its status as an important port city, Hai Phong is focussing on developing sea-related tourism, especially in Cat Ba and Do Son.

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