Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 2: Woodland foodies
Updated 12:57, 21-Jul-2022

The forest in the Wuliang Mountains of southwest China's Yunnan Province is home to rare animals like the western black-crested gibbon, an endangered primate. The gibbon favors fruits, flowers and tender buds, but what about a bird egg for a change? Watch this episode to learn more about the gibbon's eating habits.

About 'Journeys in Nature': Wuliang Mountains Series

The primitive forest on Wuliang Mountains of southwest China's Yunnan Province offers a sanctuary to wildlife. From gibbons to muntjacs and tortoises to beetles, this series showcases the unique flora and fauna that call the mountain home.

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