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19/11/2020 - 12:51

A look at rare and precious species in Bach Ma National Park 

Bach Ma National Park was approved to establish by the Government in 1991, with an area of ​​22,031 hectares and a buffer zone of 21,300 hectares, with a diverse and rich ecosystem. In which, Insects has 894 species, 580 varieties, 125 families, and 17 branches; Fish has 57 species, 48 ​​ varieties, 17 families, and 6 branches; Amphibian has 21 species, 7 varieties, 5 families, and 1 branch; Reptile-Amphibian has 31 species, 24 varieties, 10 families, and 2 branches; Bird has 358 species, 186 varieties, 55 families, and 15 branches; Mammal has 132 species, 72 varieties, 28 families, and 10 branches. Among them, there are many rare and precious species such as Pygathrix nemaeus, Truong Son muntjak (Caninmuntiacus truongsonensis), Takydromus sexlineatus, and rare and precious birds, etc.

That is also the reason why the photographers do not mind days and nights there, bringing along with them food and water to "hunt" rare moments of rare and precious species as they appear or look for food...

Thua Thien Hue Weekly would like to introduce to the readers some photos of a number of rare and precious species, which was "hunted" by Anh Quan, the photographer, during days “staying” at Bach Ma.

The cameras must be the dedicated ones

Waiting for satisfying "moment" to take a shot

Mr. Truong Cam showing his talent for calling the birds

The rare moment when the Pygathrix nemaeus is sunbathing

A Fringillidae bird

The appearance of rare and precious species, including: Pygathrix nemaeus, Dark Muntiacus, and Takydromus sexlineatus, shows that the nature there is well preserved (In the photo: the Truong Son muntjak (Caninmuntiacus truongsonensis) (the photo above), and the Takydromus sexlineatus (the photo below))