Le Viêt Nam, aujourd'hui

Aller au contenu | Aller au menu | Aller à la recherche

Tag - animais

Fil des billets

dimanche 23 juillet 2017

Bears are being milked for bile. Vietnam pledges to rescue them.

The country has agreed to move about a thousand animals to sanctuaries.

Lire la suite...

mercredi 20 janvier 2016

Vietnam mourns death of sacred turtle – and fears for ruling party's future

Demise of reptile venerated as symbol of independence struggle considered bad omen for forthcoming Communist congress

Lire la suite...

lundi 27 avril 2015

Vietnam's elephants on brink of extinction

Experts and conservationists are calling for increased funding and efforts to save the dwindling number of elephants in Viet Nam.

Lire la suite...

lundi 30 mars 2015

In Vietnam, rampant wildlife smuggling prompts little concern

U Minh — Ho Van Luc slips through a tangled thicket of jungle, graceful as a dancer. A blanket of dried bamboo and melaleuca leaves on the forest floor barely crackles beneath his bare feet. Only the smell of cigarette smoke betrays his presence.

Lire la suite...

samedi 7 décembre 2013

The silent crisis : Vietnam’s elephants on the verge of extinction

As the slaughter of the remaining elephants in Africa continues without interruption, elephants in Vietnam—without media attention and a pack of NGOs calling for their protection—are quietly disappearing.

Lire la suite...

lundi 27 août 2012

Vietnam denies being main Rhino horn market

The latest report by international wildlife trade monitoring network Traffic has claimed the record-high rhino poaching in South Africa is being fed by a surging demand from Vietnam, identifying the country as the main market for rhino horn.

Lire la suite...

mardi 3 janvier 2012

Vietnam's tiger population halved in a decade

Hanoi - The number of wild tigers in Vietnam shrank from 100 a decade ago to fewer than 50, an official said Friday.

Lire la suite...

samedi 17 septembre 2011

Vietnam officials to visit S.Africa over rhino poaching

JOHANNESBURG — A delegation from Vietnam will next week visit South Africa to discuss ways to stem the growth rhino poaching, with nearly 300 animals killed so far this year, the government said Friday.

Lire la suite...

dimanche 3 avril 2011

Rescuers finally net Vietnam's legendary turtle

A giant turtle which is considered a sacred symbol of Vietnam surfaces at Hoan Kiem lake in Hanoi, 08 March 2011. Hundreds people including tourists gathered around the lake to watch rescuers trying to capture the giant turtle for medical treatment. Residents believe the giant turtle brings luck because it is said that a giant turtle lent King Le Loi a magical sword, with which he was able to defeat the Chinese invaders in 1427

Lire la suite...

mercredi 30 mars 2011

Governo vietnamita intensifica repressão às ‘fazendas de urso’ do país

O governo vietnamita intensificou a repressão ao turismo ilegal associado ao comércio de bílis de urso, depois que a Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV– Educação pela Natureza - Vietnã), organização local afiliada à WSPA -Sociedade Mundial de Proteção Animal, divulgou uma reportagem denunciando a extração de bílis de urso para turistas no país.

Lire la suite...

mercredi 22 décembre 2010

Thousands of tons of smuggled animals transit Vietnam annually

Hanoi - Vietnamese police on Wednesday said they estimated 4,500 tons of wild animals are smuggled through the country every year.

Lire la suite...

samedi 20 novembre 2010

Crocodilo siamês "ressuscitado" num Parque Nacional do Vietname

O crocodilo siamês, uma das mais ameaçadas espécies do mundo, revive num Parque Natural do Sul do Vietname, graças a um programa de recuperação, duas décadas depois de ter sido declarado extinto no país.

Lire la suite...

mercredi 28 juillet 2010

Vietnam poachers arrested for killing rare monkeys

Police in central Vietnam have arrested three men accused of killing seven langurs, an endangered monkey species, a forestry official said Thursday.

Lire la suite...

samedi 16 janvier 2010

Vietnam worried over mystery fish attacks

Authorities in central Vietnam are to offer a reward to fishermen who can catch unidentified fish that have been attacking swimmers, officials said Wednesday.

Lire la suite...

samedi 21 novembre 2009

Espécie de rinoceronte dada como extinta é achada no Vietnã

HANÓI - Um grupo de cientistas encontrou, com a ajuda de cães adestrados, sete rinocerontes de Java em uma selva do Vietnã, uma espécie que era considerada extinta desde 1998, quando um caçador matou o que seria o último exemplar nesse país, informou nesta sexta-feira, 20, o Fundo Mundial para a Natureza (WWF).

Lire la suite...