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The odds of making it to adulthood are stacked highly against baby turtles by Mother Nature. Add in exploitation for meat and egg collection and it is little wonder that marine turtles in Con Dao are in an extremely precarious position.
Diva Hong Nhung and MC Phan Anh are urging the public to reject consumption of rhino horn in the recent Public Service Announcement (PSA) entitled Tacky Man, released by Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV).
TV News anchor Haoi Anh calls on the public to protect Vietnam’s endangered pangolins. Help put a stop to the illegal hunting and consumption of pangolins in Vietnam by reporting wildlife crime to your local authorities, or by calling ENV’s toll-free hotline.
The PSA calls on people to stop the consumption of wildlife before it’s too late; and report wildllife crime to ENV’s toll free hotline – 1800 1522.
Help put an end to the illegal consumption of rhino horn in Vietnam. You can do this by reporting rhino horn traders and smugglers to your local authorities, or by calling ENV’s toll-free hotline.
The new PSA documents the discovery of a dead rhino by Hong Nhung: bloated and bloody with its horn and ear hacked off (to prove the authenticity of the horn), the majestic animal has been left to rot by a stream. Struck by the brutality of the scene and now fully understanding the reality of the rhino horn trade, diva Hong Nhung sends an urgent message to the Vietnamese public, encouraging them not to use rhino horn.
Help put and end to the illegal consumption of rhino horn in Vietnam by reporting rhino horn smugglers and traders to your local authorities, or by calling ENV’s toll-free hotline.