Part of an attempt to widen the gene pool of Asia's captive-bred white rhinos, it is the first time Taiwan will send a rhino overseas to breed
‘Every rhino killed is a waste and their continued poaching makes me feel hopeless’
‘Maybe one day in the future, my children will ask me: Where were you when the last rhino in the world was killed?’
Police in central Vietnam have expanded an investigation into a suspected rhino horn trading ring after capturing 37 kilograms of horn transported from Ho Chi Minh City
Renowned American actress Maggie Q and her fiancé, actor Dylan McDermott, will start partaking in a wildlife conservation program in Vietnam, her mother’s home country, later this week
Two Vietnamese men were arrested at Johannesburg airport with a record haul of 18 rhino horns, weighing 41 kilograms during a stopover on a flight from Mozambique to Vietnam, AFP quoted South African police as reporting on Saturday.
A celebrated Vietnamese singer is in South Africa to observe rhinos in the wilderness and speak out against the rampant poaching of the animal and the use of its horns among Asian countries, including Vietnam
Two Vietnamese pop singers have been invited to South Africa to watch rhinos in the wilderness to encourage them to speak out against the rampant poaching of the animal and use of its horn in Vietnam
Starting Jan 15, local buses will convey messages warning people against the trading and transport of rhino horns in efforts to combat rampant rhino poaching.
The Vietnam's branch of Geneva-based Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES) has held a meeting on October 11 to clarify the use of rhino horns in Vietnam
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