Changbai Mountains Nature Reserve releases wildlife footage

Changbai Mountains Nature Reserve administration recently released footage of wildlife activities in the region from last year.

The camera captured a group of wild red deer foraging. Red deer is one of the largest deer species after moose, elk, and sambar deer. Their population is widely distributed in Europe, east and central Asia. It was also the first time the cameras at Changbai Mountains captured a wild brown bear gorging on another animal's carcass. A couple of sables were also captured joyfully jumping around in the snow.

Changbai Mountains sit in northeastern China and are the highest mountains in eastern Eurasia. Covering nearly 2,000 square kilometers, the mountain range's  Baiyun Peak is 2,691-meter high and is the highest peak in northeastern China.

(Cover image is a still from the video.)

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