About 1,500 years ago, nomadic people living in north China created the "Song of Chile," vividly portraying the view of the vast grassland with cattle grazing on lush pastures.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Hulunbuir series
Being recognized as one of the world's four largest grasslands, Hulunbuir boasts the largest and most complete ecosystem in China. As the ancient poem goes, "Under the vast sky is the boundless wild. The wind bends the grasses low, where cows and sheep show."
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