Releasing the crested ibis|Episode 2: Lost, Then Found
Updated 10:32, 25-Jan-2019
In 1990, Chinese scientists began to conduct research on the artificial breeding of the crested ibis. They have overcome technical difficulties such as feed allocation and artificial hatching, successfully cultivating seven generations of the bird. However, the released crested ibises still face multiple challenges in nature. 
(Cover image by Qin Xianli from Luli Studio. The photo was taken at the Han River in Hanzhong City, Shaanxi Province, northwest China.)