Gaoligong Mountain Series | Episode 10: Baoshan Maddertree

Baoshan maddertrees only grow in an area of less than 200 square kilometers in the Gaoligong Mountains. A critically endangered species found in the area in 2003 by a Chinese expedition and named a year later, it has fewer than 100 mature plants now. 

About Journeys in Nature: Gaoligong Mountain Series

Running from southwest China's Qinghai-Tibet Plateau all the way to the Indochina Peninsula, the Gaoligong Mountains form magnificent massifs over 600 kilometers. The area has become one of the most biodiverse on the planet.

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