VND1 trillion wildlife preservation park to be built in Lam Dong province

A park for wildlife preservation in the Central Highlands will be built on an area of 490 hectares of land with an investment of VND1 trillion in Lat commune, Lac Duong district in Lam Dong province.

VND1 trillion wildlife preservation park to be built in Lam Dong province

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The information was announced by Le Van Huong, director of Bidoup Nui Ba National Park and the Lang Biang Biosphere Reserve, during a recent meeting to carry out the work in 2016.

According to Mr. Huong, his agency is working with the Dalat Tourist Company to build the park, named Highland Safari.

The project was agreed on by the Lam Dong provincial People’s Committee and is to be financed by the Ministry of Planning and Investment.

So far the investors have worked with groups of consultants from Austria and Singapore to conduct surveys of geography, climate and rare or endangered animals in the province.

Highland Safari is expected to foster both domestic and international rare and endangered species, as suitable for the Central Highlands’ climate, in a semi-wild condition, which means that they will be raised in a natural surrounding with care from humans./.

( Compiled by VNF )

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