China's National Park: Reclaim the vast living space of rare beasts
Updated 12:00, 13-Oct-2021

The Siberian tiger and the Amur leopard are endangered species under global protection. These big cats once dominated the mountains and forests, but only a few now remain in the wild. 

The Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park is important for the survival of these felines and restoring and maintaining stable populations. Tigers and leopards ought to roam freely in the mountains. Check the video and see how the authorities are working to conserve these fierce but vulnerable friends and reclaim their vast living space.

(Video via the National Forestry and Grassland Administration)

Narrator: Zhang Hao

Writer: Xing Fangyu

Copy editors: Yang Yan, Zhu Yingming

Video editor: Liu Haibo

Cover image designer: Feng Yuan 

For more of "China's National Park" series: 

China's National Park: Sanjiangyuan deserves protection for all our sakes

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