CGTN Nature: Qinling Mountains Series | Episode 5: The Golden Takin
In the rolling Qinling Mountains, a golden creature nimbly walks on the precipitous cliffs. This is the takin, one of the world's rarest animals. The golden takin has a pair of twisted antlers resembling the wildebeest on the African savannah. The bulkiest can stand even two meters at the shoulder.
About CGTN Nature
Being referred to as a "dragon vein" in the history of China, the Qinling Mountains stretch over 1,600 kilometers east-west. The natural barrier stands between subtropic and temperate zones, providing suitable habitats for abundant species. The 12-episode Qinling Mountains Series offers a glimpse at the incredible biodiversity of the region.