China's National Park: They are beloved by the world

The giant panda is a rare species native to China that is beloved worldwide. The Giant Panda National Park on the borders of Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces is home to 1,339 wild pandas, 70 percent of China's total. As an umbrella species, countless creatures which share the habitat with the pandas also gain a better living environment. Rare animals such as golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins also thrive in the area. 

Check the video to say hello to these lovely creatures. 

(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: 

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