A story of how one man uses his camera to display China’s endemic animals and incomparably rich biodiversity to the world.
Over the past decade, China has stepped up efforts in promoting the harmonious coexistence of human and nature and has achieved remarkable results in preserving natural resources.
A 28-year-old conservationist dedicates herself to protecting endangered beavers in China’s Xinjiang.
The park set up a counter with a giant placard reading "Thank you, An An", for visitors to pay their respects and make their tributes. Two girls drew cartoon portraits of An An in the condolence book and wrote: "Best panda ever! We love you!"
The mid-term results of a comprehensive scientific survey of biodiversity in Wuyanling National Nature Reserve were released on Thursday. The scientific expedition was launched in June 2020 and will end in May 2023. Up to now, three new species of plants have been discovered.