China's National Park: A lotus land of rare wildlife

UNESCO described Wuyi Mountains the most outstanding area for biodiversity conservation in southeast China. It is a lotus land of rare wildlife, with numerous relict species, many endemic to the country. For the past one hundred years, biologists from China and abroad have discovered more than 1,000 new species in the mountains.

Wuyishan (Wuyi Mountains) National Park has fulfilled the concept that "lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets." Check the video to enjoy the nature and culture of Wuyi Mountains. 

(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: Leaving an undisturbed environment

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

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

China's National Park: Reclaim the vast living space of rare beasts

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