On the afternoon of February 2, Mr. Nguyen Van Sinh – Director of the Management Board of Pu Hoat Nature Reserve (the Management Board of Pu Hoat Nature Reserve, Nghe An) said that on the same day, this unit coordinated with the Que Phong District Forest Protection Department. Hanh Dich Border Guard Station, Hanh Dich Commune functional forces organized the rescue and released 2 red-faced monkeys back to the wild.
Previously, these two red-faced monkeys were owned by Mr. Luu Tuan D. (resident in Nam Son block, Kim Son town, Que Phong, Nghe An) kept in captivity as an ornamental. Discovering the incident, officials of the Forest Protection Department and the Management Board of Pu Hoat Nature Reserve went to the place to propagandize that the keeping of wild animals without legal origin is illegal, potentially dangerous and can affect the environment. affect health and life.
Two red-faced monkeys kept in captivity by local people were rescued by the authorities.
After being propagated and mobilized, Mr. went to the Que Phong District Forest Protection Department to report and hand over two red-faced monkeys to the authorities for release into the natural habitat.
At the time of receiving, these two red-faced monkeys were in normal health with a total weight of about 16kg. Authorities then released these two monkeys back into the wild.
Authorities then released these two monkeys back into the wild.
Voluntary handover of wild animals by people in general and Mr. in particular, showing high self-discipline, sense of protection and conservation of biodiversity and good observance of the provisions of the law. This act is worthy of respect and praise and should be replicated.
It is known that the red-faced monkey belongs to group IIB in the list of endangered, precious and rare forest animals.