Are there lions in Vietnam?
To satisfy demand in Vietnam, China, and Southeast Asia, lions are killed for their claws, teeth, and bones… to be turned into jewelry, medicine, and even wine. In a horrific incident last November, Vietnamese poachers killed 40 lions in 48 hours. The situation shows no sign of improving.
Which animals in Vietnam are in danger?
Dangerous Animals in Vietnam: 11 Deadliest To Watch Out For
- Vietnamese giant centipede.
- Weaver ants.
- White-lipped viper.
- Yellow sac spider.
- Saltwater crocodile.
What big cats live in Vietnam?
The large forests are home to various large cats including tigers, leopards and snow leopards.
Are there alligators in Vietnam?
There are no alligators in Vietnam. However, there are saltwater crocodiles, which many people confuse for gators on account of their lean body and scale patterns.
What should I avoid in Vietnam?
There are some things, however, that are best avoided.
- Tap water. Might as well start with the obvious one. …
- Strange meat. We don’t mean street meat, as street food in Vietnam is amazing. …
- Roadside coffee. …
- Uncooked vegetables. …
- Raw blood pudding. …
- Cold soups. …
- Dog meat. …
How old would a Vietnam vet be now?
“Of the 2,709,918 Americans who served in Vietnam, Less than 850,000 are estimated to be alive today, with the youngest American Vietnam veteran’s age approximated to be 60 years old.” So, if you’re alive and reading this, how does it feel to be among the last 1/3rd of all the U.S. Vets who served in Vietnam?