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Release

University students released native fish back to the wild
Ho Chi Minh City, 21st March, 2013 – About 200 individuals of Fighting Fish and Three-lined Rasbora were released to Ben Cat River- a tributary of Sai Gon River in Binh Thanh District. This number adds up to 1500 individuals of native fishes those have been released back to the wild since March 2011 by WAR.
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Welcome the Year of the Snake releasing endangered snakes
Dated 22ndFebruary, 2013 – One individual of Monocellate Cobra (Naja kaouthia) and one individual of Radiated Rat Snake (Elaphe radiata) were successfully released back to the forest of Lo Go Xa Mat National Park, Tay Ninh Province
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Otter and Civet back to the wild
Dated 11th January 2013 – Staff from Wildlife At Risk (WAR) and Cat Tien National Park.
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More native fishes released to the wild
Ho Chi Minh City, 21 December 2012 – More than 150 individuals of native fishes including Three-lined Rasbora (Rasbora trilineata), Fighting Fish (Betta splendens) and Rasbora (Rasbora paviana) were released to Nhieu Loc Canal at Dien Bien Phu 2 Bridge, Binh Thanh District. Those fishes were bred in the programme titled “Breeding and releasing native fishes back to the wild” that started in February 2010 of WAR.
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Release critical endangered snakes and pythons
11th December, 2012 – Ten individuals of endangered wildlife that weighed totally 57.5 kg including two individuals of King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah)
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Endangered wild animals successfully released to the Kien Giang Biosphere Reserve
Kiên Giang, 15th November, 2012 –Wildlife At Risk (WAR) works with Phu Quoc National Park staff and the Management Board of Kien Giang Biosphere Reserve to successfully release 62 Taylor Bug-eyed Frog (Theloderma stellatum) species.
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