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News report series on wildlife conservation: Interviewing more than 50 people without hidden cameras

by Hồng Quân21 June 2020 Last updated at 10:00 AM

VTV.vn - The series of report titled "Wildlife - Treasures of Nature" provides a true perspective on the status of biodiversity conservation in Vietnam.

"Wildlife - Treasures of Nature" gives TV viewers little-known stories about the current state of biodiversity conservation in Vietnam. In particular, these reports dealt with challenges in the conservation of wildlife such as wild elephants, gray-shanked douc langur; the situation of wildlife illegal hunting and slaughtering. On the other hand, the sanctions on perpetrators in the field of trade and use of wildlife meat are not tough enough. Wildlife also faces the risk of extinction due to deforestation and environmental pollution due to gold mining in primeval forests ...

According to the production team, the idea of ​​realizing this series of reports was cherished long before. "In the beginning of April 2020, we started to outline the scripts and set up a working plan. At that time, the dry season started in Central Vietnam so the filming in the forest would be convenient and we could avoid unexpected risks, including flash flood," said journalist Do Van Vinh, Vietnam Television Center in Danang.

"The series comprising 13 reports was made in over a month, in which the filming in the forest took nearly 2 weeks. Before that, the production team had actively compiled the necessary archived images, especially those relating to trapping and trading wildlife meat. Compared to the shooting, post-production was less time-consuming and labor-intensive. After just over a month, on June 5, on the occasion of World Environment Day, VTV8 broadcast the first of a series of 13 reports on Wildlife - Treasures of Nature in the 18:00 News," said Vinh.

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