» Today: 27/05/2024
A sea turtle weighing 10 kg strayed into Tam Giang lagoon, got caught in fishing nets and was rescued by people.
The phenomenon of dark red sea water appears in the sea area from the area of Cam Nhuong commune to Thien Cam town, stretching about 3km.
Three new species of tree frogs are discovered by scientists from the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology in Lao Cai and Ha Giang.
Nha Trang Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world, which is considered to have high biodiversity compared to many other regions in Vietnam, has reduced the amount of healthy and abundant corals by up to 90% compared to four decades before.
Scientists at the Vietnam and Japan Museum of Nature in collaboration with the Royal Belgian Academy of Natural Sciences have announced the discovery of some new insects in Vietnam.
While drafting fishes to the coastal shore, a resident in Thua Thien Hue found a rare and precious turtle in the Vietnam Red Book caught in the net.
Two new scorpion fly species belonging to the Mecopetera Long Wing are discovered in Nha Trang, Lam Dong, Cao Bang and Ninh Binh.
February 19, at full moon in January, Vietnam and other countries around the world will witness remarkable astronomical phenomena - super long and clear moon in 2019.
On May 29, Can Tho City Functional Agency transferred a bear to the Bear Rescue Station of Cat Tien National Park (Free The Bears). This is also the last captive bear in the area; officially Can Tho became the 22th locality in the country without captive bears.
On May 19, in Dalat city, Lam Dong People's Committee held a ceremony to launch afforestation and scatter planting in 2018 with the participation of representatives of the provincial Party Committee, the People's Committee and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee, Youth union, youths and people.
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