With a horse face, a pair of antlers and a humped back, this "beast" lives in Hanma National Reserve which sits in the northern Greater Hinggan Mountains. The region is colder than elsewhere at the same latitude, so the beast – a moose – is one of the Arctic visitors that can thrive there. Check the video for more interesting facts about the animal.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Hanma Series
Hanma Natural Reserve, with its high biodiversity, is important not only for the protection of rare wild animals and plants, but also as the main birthplace of the Heilongjiang River's upper reaches. In this series, we delve into the natural environment of northeast China, exploring unusual scenery as well as its stories.