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Fox in Wangqing
In our bed time stories when we were still kids, we had heard of foxes a lot. They are said to be clever and alert, even a little bit sly, as in the s……

A Series of Photos of an A…
A series of photos of an Amur leopard were shot by two camera traps which were set within in 100 meter along a mountain range in Wangqing in this Apri……
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Captive Deer Released to wild in Wangqing
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Special thanks to WWF Germany,WWF Netherland,WWF UK and WWF US
for their long term support of Amur tiger conservation
in Amur-Heilong Eco-region Complex!
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