Recently, the leaves turned to beautiful color in Qingxi Jiaoye Park, located in Shanghai, east China. The water level in the park can reach up to two to three meters. The trees standing in the water creates a beautiful scenery of a water forest.
Qingxi Jiaoye Park, located in Qingpu district, has a total area of 22.35 square kilometers. It has rich resources of wildlife, including 185 bird species and many national protected animals.
Since May this year, Qingxi Jiaoye Park was closed down for reconstruction. After two months of restoration, it re-opened in July. It marks a successful example of artificial ecological zone construction.
(All impages via VCG; edited by Wan Hailun)
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