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Some Cat Tien national park & Dalat birds

Album were contribute by: SAM THUONG & THANG NGUYEN Cat Tien national park and Dalat are best birding site in Vietnam, located in South Annam part which Cat Tien is 150 km far from Saigon and Dalat is 150 km far from Cat Tien. It is very convenient for travel from Saigon. Cat Tien National Park which recorded 320 bird species is one of the best birding site…
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Some highlight birds of Cat Tien National park during our birding trip there

Contribute by: SAM THUONG & THANG NGUYEN Cat Tien National Park is located in 150 km far north-east of Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) City, contains the largest remaining area of lowland tropical forest in South Vietnam. This national Park have been recorded 320 species of birds and it is one of the best birding site in Vietnam. Cat Tien National Park is also the most…
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Red-shanked Douc the most beautiful Monkey

“Red-shanked Douc Pygathrix nemaeus is a species of old world monkey, among the most colorful of all primates. This guy sometime was called the “costumed ape” for its extravagant appearance. From its knees to its ankles it sports maroon-red "stockings", and it appears to wear white forearm length gloves. Its attire is finished with black hands and feet. The…
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Photos contribute by: Sam Thuong, Quang Hao Nguyen, Thang Nguyen There are now considered to be twelve true Vietnameseendemics if we count species found only in Vietnam. Two species, ImperialPheasant (Lophura imperialis) and Vietnamese Pheasant (Lophura hatinhensis), are no longer considered true species.Imperial Pheasant is now thought to be an Edwards’s x…
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Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkey, The most endangered primates

Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkey Rhinopithecus avunculus is the only representative of its genus that occurs in Vietnam. Since its inception, this species has appeared annually on the list of “World’s 25 most endangered primates”. Their home range shrouded in mist and rain for much of the year. All photos were taken by Le Khac Quyet, the Most expert guide for this species,…
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