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Forest trip
The program provides the students free travel, meals, and entry. Tran Nhat Tien, an ecotourism and environment protection worker at the park, said students in Lam Dong have the advantage of living close to such biodiversity, "an invaluable asset that needs to be protected and introduced to many people."

The program provides the students free travel, meals, and entry. Tran Nhat Tien, an ecotourism and environment protection worker at the park, said students in Lam Dong have the advantage of living close to such biodiversity, "an invaluable asset that needs to be protected and introduced to many people."

Students select and analyze their samples

Students select and analyze their samples.

Luong Van Dung, deputy head of the biology faculty at Da Lat University, lectures the students about leaves they collected in the park

Luong Van Dung, deputy head of the biology faculty at Da Lat University, lectures the students about leaves they collected in the park.

Nguyen Doan Tuong Vy, a 10th grade English student, presents a graph on the relationship between the number of species and their habitats which she has drawn from a day trip

Nguyen Doan Tuong Vy, a 10th grade English student, presents a graph on the relationship between the number of species and their habitats which she has drawn from a day trip.

They play a game to promote environmental protection

They play a game to promote environmental protection.

Students trek deep into the park

Students trek deep into the park.

Students take photos of a monkey

Students take photos of a monkey.

Ho Anh Thu, a 12th-grade biology student at Thang Long High School for Gifted Students, peels an algae sample from a tree in the park for lab tests

Ho Anh Thu, a 12th-grade biology student at Thang Long High School for Gifted Students, peels an algae sample from a tree in the park for lab tests.

The program provides the students free travel, meals, and entry. Tran Nhat Tien, an ecotourism and environment protection worker at the park, said students in Lam Dong have the advantage of living close to such biodiversity, "an invaluable asset that needs to be protected and introduced to many people."
Students select and analyze their samples
Luong Van Dung, deputy head of the biology faculty at Da Lat University, lectures the students about leaves they collected in the park
Nguyen Doan Tuong Vy, a 10th grade English student, presents a graph on the relationship between the number of species and their habitats which she has drawn from a day trip
They play a game to promote environmental protection
Students trek deep into the park
Students take photos of a monkey
Ho Anh Thu, a 12th-grade biology student at Thang Long High School for Gifted Students, peels an algae sample from a tree in the park for lab tests