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2019: Need to declare war on the crime of wildlife on the Internet

2019: Need to declare war on the crime of wildlife on the Internet

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Recently, repeated information about wildlife violations (wildlife) discovered through the Internet made public outrage. What is the cause of this…

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New media short film: Attracting bear bile is only a nightmare of the past

New media short film: Attracting bear bile is only a nightmare of the past

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Hanoi, March 6, 2020 - The Nature Education Center (ENV) has just released its latest media short depicting a bear…

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ENV honors the

ENV honors the "heroes" in the work of wildlife protection

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Hanoi, December 2, 2019 - Today, at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel, the Nature Education Center (ENV) held a…

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More than 750 people race to protect the tiger

More than 750 people race to protect the tiger

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Hanoi, December 9, 2018 - More than 750 people from 31 countries participated in the "Running for the Tiger" event,…

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The short film urges the community not to use bear bile, contributing to ending the bear farming in Vietnam

The short film urges the community not to use bear bile, contributing to ending the bear farming in Vietnam

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Hanoi, December 9, 2018 - More than 750 people from…

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Vietnam Bear Day 2018: Encourage young people to join hands to end the situation of captive bears

Vietnam Bear Day 2018: Encourage young people to join hands to end the situation of captive bears

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Hanoi, December 9, 2018 - More than 750 people from…

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Write contest for bear owners:

Write contest for bear owners: "Give bears a better life"

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Hanoi, December 9, 2018 - More than 750 people from…

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