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State Forestry Administration and General Administration of Customs jointly held “Confiscated Ivory Destruction Activity” on January 6, 2014, so as to destroy totally 6.1 tons of confiscated ivories and their products. Nearly 300 representatives from more than 10 countries, important international organizations and domestic institutions witnessed the feat on the spot. This activity is conducive to further consolidating the Chinese government’s firm stand against ivory smuggling and other illegal trades of wildlife, building a good image of a responsible great country and winning worldwide acclaims from the international community.

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Chinese scientists achieved success in breeding panda triplets after tackling such hard-nut difficulties in oestrus, conception and cub survival. On July 29, 2014, under joint efforts of the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center of China and Chimelong Safari Park, panda “Xiaoju” gave birth to cubs at Chimelong Safari Park, and all of them were survived, which set a new record in the history of artificial breeding of pandas.

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HUNAN,Feb.3 – Macaques are seen on snow-covered tree branches at Wulingyuan National Park in Zhangjiajie City, central China's Hunan Province, their cute appearance make the snow paradise more active.

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Photo taken on Feb. 3, 2015 shows macaques on snow-covered tree branches at Wulingyuan National Park in Zhangjiajie City, central China's Hunan Province. (Xinhua/Zhang Mingtao)

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 25, Xinhua - U.S. President Barack Obama plans to call on Congress to expand Alaska's Arctic wildlife refuge protection area, a move aimed to block oil and gas production there.

Obama said that he wants to "make sure that this amazing wonder is preserved for future generations," according to a White House video released on Sunday.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell called the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) one of the nation's "crown jewels" and that it is an obligation to protect it for generations.

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DAR ES SALAAM, Jan. 22, Xinhua - Police in Tanzania's southern region of Mtwara said on Thursday that they have seized 61 elephant tusks and arrested two suspects in connection with the tusks.

Augustine Ollomi, Mtwara regional police commander, said the seizure of the tusks and the arrest of the two suspects were made last week at Lukula village in Nanyumbu district which borders Mozambique.

"Acting on a tip-off from Good Samaritans, police on patrol searched houses belonging to the two suspects and found the 61 tusks hidden inside the houses," said Ollomi.

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