August 10, 2022, 5:22 pm
Srimangal (Moulvibazar) Representative :
Two endangered bamboo bears have been released at Lauyachhara National Park in Kamalganj of Moulvibazar.
The two animals were released at the Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation Department at 11:30 am on Tuesday (August 17).
It is learned that on the basis of secret information, the Forest Department and RAB members rescued 4 endangered species from Bird Breeding Park Jalalia Road in Srimangal on August 4. The animals were two bamboo bears, one short-legged monkey and one Himalayan vulture.
Among the four rescued animals, two bamboo bears were released in Lauyachhara National Park on Tuesday morning.
Another short-legged monkey and Himalayan vulture have been sent to Bangabandhu Safari Park in Gazipur. Moulvibazar Divisional Officer of the Department of Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation was present during the release of the two bamboo bears. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury, Head Professor of Animal Resources at Jahangirnagar University. Mostafa Firoz, Assistant Professor of Animal Resources at Jahangirnagar University. Kamrul Hasan, Shahidul Islam, Lauyachhara Forest Range Officer, Department of Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation and Sajal Deb, Director, Bangladesh Wildlife Service Foundation.
Moulvibazar Divisional Forest Officer of the Department of Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation. Rezaul Karim confirmed the fact that two bamboo bears were released in Lauyachhara National Park, saying that in fact they are endangered species.