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Wildlife released in Binh Dinh Province

BINH DINH  — Forest management officers from Tuy Phuoc District in the central province of Binh Dinh have released endangered animals they rescued from traffickers last week.

rest management officers from Tuy Phuoc District in the central province of Binh Dinh have released endangered animals they rescued from traffickers last week.
rest management officers from Tuy Phuoc District in the central province of Binh Dinh have released endangered animals they rescued from traffickers last week.

Forest rangers rescued the animals from a local in the district.

The animals included a Javan mouse-deer, king cobras, an Indian rat snake and a small Indian civet, and are all listed as endangered or critically endangered species in Viet Nam. They also found weasels, bamboo rats, hedgehogs and grass-snakes.