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Melodies of Nature Series Ep. 1: Collecting the sounds of nature



A wildlife photographer, a local hunter, a singer and a scientist went to Xishuangbanna tropical rainforest, bringing cameras and musical instruments into the forest. What's their mission? Check out the video to learn more.

About Journeys in Nature: Melodies of Nature Series

Xishuangbanna, located in southwest China's Yunnan Province, is home to one of China's largest tropical rainforests with impressive biodiversity. Multiple ethnic groups, such as Dai, Hani and Lahu, live there as well. Doudou, a wildlife photographer and an environmentalist, came to the forest with friends from different walks of life to collect the sounds of local fauna and flora, as well as the sounds of indigenous ethnic instruments, to explore the human-nature relationship.

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

(If you have specific expertise and want to contribute, or if you have a topic of interest that you'd like to share with us, please email us at nature@cgtn.com.)

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