The Hanoi Wild Animal Rescue Centre has said it had so far rescued and conserved 323 individuals of wildlife species and 35kg of snakes.

It has promoted disease prevention to ensure safety for animals rescued and conserved at the centre such as vaccination and worming while providing treatment for ill animals. As many as four tigers and 20 monkeys were born and nurtured at the centre.

The centre is now caring 28 tigers, 15 bears, four northern white-cheeked gibbons, eight peacocks and two great hornbills before releasing them back into wild.

In August, the Hanoi Ranger Department detected and punished 15 cases of violations to the law on forest protection and development, seizing 44 individuals of wildlife.-VNA