Fauna in Liaodong Bay Series | Ep. 1: A red paradise
Plants and animals can adapt to hostile environments, including salt and alkani. That's why the mudflat at the estuary of Liaohe River in northwest China has been able to sustain its biodiversity. Watch this video to discover species that thrive in mud.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Fauna in Liaodong Bay Series
Liaodong Bay, with a coastline that stretches over 1,200 km, is the northernmost bay in China. It is covered in thick ice throughout winter to early spring. It is still full of life. This series explores the animal species and their unique ways of surviving in the bay.
(Cover image via video screenshot)
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