Hanma Series | Episode 6: Home in Hanma

At the end of August, drizzle enlivens the water. All lives make the best use of their time to grow up. Aquatic plants are an important food source for the moose. Seeking food in the water brings a new challenge for the fawn. Hanma National Nature Reserve is dominated by ice and snow for most of the year, the brief rainy season only lasts about three months, so the little moose must quickly learn how to find edible plants on its own. Watch this episode to learn more! 

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.

For more: 

Hanma Series | Episode 1: Herald of autumn

Hanma Series | Episode 2: Fallen trees on ice

Hanma Series | Episode 3: The interdependence

Hanma Series | Episode 4: Land of reindeer

Hanma Series | Episode 5: Beasts of Hanma

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