Ben En home to many rare species Environment

Ben En home to many rare species

The Ben En National Park, one of the most relaxing parks in northern Vietnam, is home to valuable and rare species of animals and birds, such as red wolf, black gibbon, great hornbill, gayal, tibetan bear, red-face monkey, elephant, bear and, until recent years, tiger.

Rangers seek measures to protect runaway gayals

The department of forest management in the southern province of Binh Phuoc is coordinating with local national parks to protect two herds of 22 gayals which have gone out of the forest and destroyed crops, according to the Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper.

Gayal conservation urged

The number of gayals living in forests between the southern provinces of Dong Nai and Binh Phuoc is likely to decrease, according to Director of the Dong Nai Biophere Reserve Tran Van Mui.