CGTN Nature: Yellow River Series | Episode 4: Cliff Denizens
"Slope of the Braves," a section of steep valleys in the midstream of China's Yellow River, is home to a brave bird species in this area. These cliff denizens – the gray herons – reside on the vertical walls of the cliffs along the Yellow River. Why do they choose to live in such a harsh environment? And how do they live on the cliffs?
North China's Shanxi Province lies quietly on the Huangtu Plateau, also known as the Loess Plateau. The midstream of the Yellow River, China's mother river, flows through here. The Yellow River had been nourishing this vast land of loess for thousands of years, cradling not only the rich Chinese culture, but also numerous wildlife species and mesmerizing geological wonders. The 10-episode Yellow River Series presents a glimpse of the region's special terrain and native wildlife.
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