Are there flamingos in Vietnam?

What animals are most common in Vietnam?

These are broadly: Indian elephants, bears (black bear and honey bear), Indochinese tigers and Indochinese leopards as well as smaller animals like monkeys (such as snub-nosed monkey), bats, flying squirrels, turtles and otters. Reptiles such as crocodiles, snakes and lizards are also reported.

Are there turkeys in Vietnam?

SO FAR, THERE IS NO TURKEY I KNOW IN VIET NAM, IF I FOUND OUT WHERE, I WILL LET YOU KNOW. Thanks, I may pass on church but you are most welcome to eat roast turkey with my family. The biggest challenge to getting a decent size turkey roasted is finding the oven big enough to handle the task.

Are there ducks in Vietnam?

There are some 30 million ducks raised annually in Vietnam. Most are scavengers raised seasonally in rice fields during the early growth of the crop and immediately post-harvest; and in backyards or gardens of farm households throughout the year.

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.

Are there cranes in Vietnam?

But for a decade, no Sarus cranes were seen in Vietnam; the land had become a wasteland, and the bird of good fortune deserted the people and was feared extinct. Today, that good fortune may have returned–a recent count of the Sarus cranes numbered them at 1,000.

What are common Vietnamese names?

The most common are Le, Pham, Tran, Ngo, Vu, Do, Dao, Duong, Dang, Dinh, Hoang and Nguyen – the Vietnamese equivalent of Smith. About 50 percent of Vietnamese have the family name Nguyen. The given name, which appears last, is the name used to address someone, preceded by the appropriate title.

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