Thanh Hoa Market

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Wildlife markets sell birds with phony legal documentationicon

Wildlife markets sell birds with phony legal documentation

Wildlife traders reveal that most of the wild animals sold at markets are from the wild, but their documents say the birds are from farms raising animals for commercial purposes.

 
Thanh Hoa: the ‘birds’ hell’ in Long An provinceicon

Thanh Hoa: the ‘birds’ hell’ in Long An province

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
04/04/2020

Thanh Hoa is called a "birds’ hell" because it is the area where birds, storks, eagles and wildlife are kept in captivity and slaughtered. It has the biggest wildlife market in Vietnam.

Eliminating wildlife markets amid Covid-19 is an uphill task as local officials neglect responsibilityicon

Eliminating wildlife markets amid Covid-19 is an uphill task as local officials neglect responsibility

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
08/03/2020

Over 1,500 cases of violations of laws on wildlife protection were discovered within the 2013-2017 period.

Wildlife massacre: forest rangers do little to prevent iticon

Wildlife massacre: forest rangers do little to prevent it

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
21/02/2020

Reporters provided photos and evidence about the slaughter of Red-Book-listed wild animals to forest rangers, but they remained unruffled.

The ‘hellish market’ of wild animals in Long Anicon

The ‘hellish market’ of wild animals in Long An

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
17/02/2020

In the southern province of Long An, there is a large market, existing for tens of years, called ‘a hellish market’, where wild animals are slaughtered and sold every day.