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STUDY OF HABITAT OF TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY IN QUAN BA FOREST

2024-06-02
Watershed forest in Quan Ba District, Ha Giang province habours the second largest population of Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey (TSM). However, this population is facing with high danger of extinction. One of the most significant threats to the population is a habitat degradation and disturbance by local residents (Nguyen Xuan Dang...

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THE 8th ASIAN PRIMATE SYMPOSIUM

2022-12-09
 The 8-th Asian Primate Symposium was held in Hanoi, Vietnam from the 13th to the 16th of November 2022. This event, the largest of its kind in Asia, provided primate experts and stakeholders with a vibrant social environment where they can share their findings, views, and ideas regarding diverse topics,...

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CeREC OPENS THE TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY CONSERVATION CANTEEN

2020-08-04
Quan Ba population of Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey (TSM) is the second largest population of this IUCN critically endangered species. However, the population is currently facing high pressure of hunting and forest degradation. Recognizing the conservation education as very important tool to change attitude of local villagers from hunting to conservation...

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INTERNATIONAL ELEPHANT FOUNDATION SUPPORTS THE ELEPHANT CONSERVATION IN VIETNAM

2020-07-02
 Pumat NP is a priority area for conservation of wild Asian Elephant in Vietnam. However, the elephants cause serious human - elephant conflict (HEC) in its buffer zone. Local communities have no experience of HEC mitigation. The Community Elephant Protection Teams have been established but have not been properly...

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NEW PUBLICATION ON TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY RHINOPITHECUS AVUNCULUS

2019-10-04
THE TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY Rhinopithecus avunculus POPULATION IN THE QUAN BA FOREST, NORTH-EAST VIETNAM: AN IDENTIFICATION OF PRIORITY HABITAT FOR CONSERVATION By Nguyen Xuan Dang, Nguyen Xuan Nghia, and Pham Van The  ABSTRACTRhinopithecus avunculus The Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey Rhinopithecus avunculus is among the World’s 25 most endangered primates. At present, the species is found...

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URGENT CONSERVATION OF THE ASIAN ELEPHANT POPULATION IN VIETNAM

2019-07-14
 Asian elephant Elephas maximus is among the highly endangered large mammal species in the Wold. The species is survived only in 13 countries with a total number of approximately 40,000 individuals. In Vietnam, only 100-120 elephants remain. They live in 8 provinces at small isolated groups. The groups of above...

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FORUM ON TONKIN'S SNUB-NOSED MONKEY CONSERVATION IN QUAN BA, HA GIANG

2018-12-15
 On the 7 December 2018, Centre for Resources, Environment and Climate Change (CeREC) in collaboration with Quan Ba Forest Protection Department organized the "Forum on Conservation of Tonkin's Snub-nosed Monkey and Reception of TSM conservation cups donated by Ostrava Zoo, Czech Republic". The Forum was held at headquarter of Quan...

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TONKIN'S SNUB-NOSED MONKEY CONSERVATION EDUCATION FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN IN QUAN BA DISTRICT, HA GIANG PROVINCE

2018-10-09
Quan Ba forest harbors the second world last population of Tonkin's Snub-nosed Monkey (TSM). The population is now severely threatened by wildlife hunting and habitat destruction caused by the local communities. In order to protect this TSM population we must change the attitude of local communities from antagonism to supporting...

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JOINT CeREC & FFI BIODIVERSY SURVEY FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY CONSERVATION AREA

2018-04-04
 Quan Ba limestone evergreen forest in a northmost Vietnam Ha Giang Province harbors the second largest population of critical endangered Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey (TSM). The population is estimated about 30-40 individuals and its distribution range covering about 5,000 ha in Quan Ba District, Ha Giang Province. Quan Ba...

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Ostrava Zoo supports Conservation of Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey in Vietnam

2017-11-04
Our sincerely thank to Ostrava Zoo for supporting CeREC Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey Conservation Programme. The Ostrava Zoo organized a second charity run in cooperation with SSK Vítkovice. This time, Ostrava Zoo supported a rescue program Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkeys in Vietnam, one of the world's most endangered primates. Please see video for more...

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