Bai Tu Long National released 162 rescued wild animals | Halong Bay Airport

Bai Tu Long National released 162 rescued wild animals

Bai Tu Long National released 162 rescued wild animals

Van Don District, the Management Board of Bai Tu Long National Park, in collaboration with the Provincial Department of Forest Management has returned 162 wild animals to Ba Mun island in Bai Tu Long National Park.

162 wild animals were back to the environment.
126 animals of six different species including bobcats, varanus bengalensis, crested serpent eagle, big-headed turtles, 3G turtle, Rang turtle, turtle in the Central region, etc. had been rescued in August 2014.

They were looked after by the Bai Tu Long National Park Wildlife Rescue Centre until their release.

This is the third time this year that the center has released rescued wild animals. The survival of rescued animals reach 85 percent.

About 20 kilometers east of Cai Rong town, Van Don district or about 60 kilometers northeast of Ha Long Bay, Bai Tu Long National Park is a national-level nature reserve zone which has landscape and unique natural beauty of ecotourism value.

The National Park possesses a total area of 15,783 hectares, among which, the forest takes up 6,125 hectares with more than 40 different-size islands, the rest are the sea and underwater tidal flats. This is one of seven national parks in Vietnam has an area of ​​land has an area of ​​sea.

The core area in this complex is Ba Mun ecological tourist site which is situated in Minh Chau commune (the home to Minh Chau beach, one of the most charming beaches in Quang Ninh). The flora and fauna system here are diversified with high value in terms of gene preservation.


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