Con Dao becomes important sea turtle conservation area of the world Environment

Con Dao becomes important sea turtle conservation area of the world

Con Dao National Park is the first place in Vietnam to conduct research on and successfully roll out an effective sea turtle protection model, and thus has become an important sea turtle conservation area of Vietnam, region and the world, heard a conference on sea turtle and marine animals taking place on July 26-27.
Short film calling for sea turtle protection released Environment

Short film calling for sea turtle protection released

The Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) has just released a short documentary titled “Sea turtles belong to the ocean”, its 55th media short film, in an effort to increase public’s awareness on the threats to the species, particularly illegal poaching and trafficking.
Giant sea turtle rescued, released to nature Environment

Giant sea turtle rescued, released to nature

A 100-kg sea turtle, entangled in a fishing net, was rescued by a local fisherman in the waters of Lang Co township, Phuc Loc district of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, and later released to the nature, leaders of the Lang Co Border Post said on March 16.
Nearly 123.000 baby turtles released into sea Videos

Nearly 123.000 baby turtles released into sea

In order to conserve sea turtles, Con Dao National Park in the southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, has implemented a program of artificial turtle hatching. Nearly 123.000 baby turtles were hatched successfully and released into the sea in the first nine months of the year.
Bay Canh islet - Sea turtles' nursery in Con Dao Travel

Bay Canh islet - Sea turtles' nursery in Con Dao

Every night, dozens of mother turtles, measuring one metre in length, go to the sandy beach on Bay Canh islet (Con Dao islands) to lay eggs. Each turtle lays between 80 and 150 eggs, with a hatching rate of over 80%.