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Octobre 2011: Le rhinocéros de Java a été traqué et chassé jusqu’au bout, jusqu’à la mort de son dernier représentant retrouvé avec la corne coupée, dans le parc national de Cat Tien au sud du pays.


We know exactly how the Vietnamese Javan rhino went extinct - We know exactly how the Vietnamese Javan rhino went extinct In April 2010 the carcass of the last Javan rhino to live in Vietnam was found in Cat Tien National Park. This is the story of the people who investigated the killing. Fecha: September 22 2016 at 11:03AM via Digg: - Sigueme en mi página de Facebook: - Etiquetas: Comico Curiosidades Digg Diversion Entretenimientos Funny Gracioso…

Two-striped Jumping Spider (Telamonia dimidiata), the largest member of this family. This colorful beastie, with legs more reminiscent of a Crab Spider than a Jumping Spider, was on a tree leaf in Cat Tien national park near Saigon. Source:


The Javan rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus) is the most endangered of the world’s five rhinoceros species, with an estimated 40-60 animals remaining on the western tip of the Island of Java (Indonesia) in Ujung Kulon National Park. The last member of another tiny population in Vietnam’s Cat Tien National Park was killed by poachers in 2011. The water- and swamp-loving Javan rhinoceros formerly ranged throughout Southeast Asia and Indonesia, but has been hunted to near-extinction for its…

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Considering as game reserves, the Cuc Phuong, Cat Tien and Cat Ba National Parks feature a diversity of wildlife, even those belonging to the most threatened species such as rhinos. Take the adventure adapted to the rhythm. This tour is designed for nature lovers, appreciating the silhouettes of ancient trees, the whisper of insects and breathing the humid scent of the earth of Mother Nature.

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Parc national de Cat Tien [Blog Pam est là :]

Photos Catba Vietnam- Situé à 25 km au sud ouest de la baie d’Halong, l’archipel de Cat Ba fait partie du district littoral de Cat Hai, ville de Haiphong