Animals released into wild in Quang Ninh

QUANG NINH (VNS) — Van Don Veterinary Centre officials and local rangers in the northern province of Quang Ninh have returned 127 wild animals to Ba Mun island in Bai Tu Long National Park.

The animals, including two bobcats, two crested serpent eagles, two big-headed turtles, 103 Malayan snail-eating turtles and 18 Bengal monitors, were rescued in July of this year and had been looked after by the Bai Tu Long National Park Wildlife Rescue Centre.


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