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Greater Hinggan Mountains Series Ep. 7: Winter with the companionship of a moose



As the heavy snow prevents forest fires in winter, the firefighting team at the Nanwenghe Management and Protection Center used to leave the mountains to enjoy their vacation at the end of October. However, when they rescued a moose that had lost its parents and was dying, the team decided to spend the winter in the mountains to take care of it. Check out the video to learn more.

About Journeys in Nature: Greater Hinggan Mountains Series

The Greater Hinggan Mountains in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province is the northernmost and highest latitude area in China. It is known for its dense forests in summer and magnificent snow scenery in winter. Biodiversity remains high in the mountains, and you can find snowy owls, corsac foxes and moose. Stay tuned!

For more: Greater Hinggan Mountains Series Ep. 6: Chinese 'flying dragon'

(Cover image a video screenshot; video by the CGTN Nature film crew.)

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