BEIJING, September 1, Chinadaily -- The newly-revised Law on the Protection of Wildlife will be put into force on January 1, 2017. The new law has readjusted its legislative purposes and made amendments to some articles and people may find quite a number of highlights in it.

thumb Forest public security - 9.2 Some Highlights in the Newly Revised Law on the Protection of Wildlife

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WUHAN, August 24, Chinadalily -- The population of golden monkeys in central China's Shennongjia National Nature Reserve, Hubei province, has risen to more than 1,300, double that of in 1990, sources with the reserve said Wednesday.

thumb Forest Public Security - 8.25 Population of golden monkeys double in C China reserve

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August 20, Xinhua -- Egrets were seen in a forest near the Xin'anjiang River in Huangshan, east China's Anhui Province, August 19, 2016.
thumb Forest Public Security - 8.21 Egrets seen near Xinanjiang River in Huangshan

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QINGHUANGDAO, August 16, Xinhua -- Flocks of egret fledglings flied away their nests to seek food near the sea in Qinhuangdao these days.

thumb Forest Public Security - 8.17 Flocks of egret fledglings seen at wetland in Qinhuangdao

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XINJIANG, August 16, China Daily -- Altun mountain is in Ruoqiang county, Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, and was listed as a National Nature Reserve in 1983. It was the first plateau ecological reserve to be established. With 267 kinds of plateau plants and 359 kinds of wild animals in this area, many experts describe it as a natural gene pool, which means great potential value for academic research and environmental protection.

At 4580 meters above sea level, and measuring 46.8 thousand square kilometers, it is also very inaccessible and has extremely cold weather, making it hard for rangers to continue their work there. Most of this area is a No Man's Land: you must bear with Hypoxia, headaches, chest pain and intense UV radiation. The most unbearable part for most people is the loneliness.

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