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Greater Hinggan Mountains Series Ep. 8: Corsac fox won't see guests



With wide ears and a fat tail, the corsac fox is commonly seen on the vast Hulunbuir Grassland. Most young corsac foxes grow up with brothers and sisters, so they are no strangers to peer frolicking. However, this fox shows no interest to an unexpected enthusiastic guest as it just wants to have a sound sleep in the sun. 

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. 7: Winter with the companionship of a moose

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

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