In the Taohongling Nature Reserve in east China's Jiangxi Province, an infrared camera captured a Sumatran serow.
The Sumatran serow was in good shape and was foraging. This rare species was found again in the Taohongling Reserve after 12 years.
The Sumatran serow is under second-class state protection in China. It is considered vulnerable by the IUCN. It mainly lives in coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests, coniferous forests or rocky shrub forests at an altitude of 1,000-4,400 meters.
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