HARBIN, August 6, Xinhua -- Twenty red-crowned cranes bred in captivity were released into the wild this year in the Zhalong National Nature Reserve, in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, sources with the reserve said.

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BEIJING, August 8, Xinhua -- China held 130 officials accountable for environmental damage after the latest inspections by central authorities, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment said Thursday.

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HARBIN, July 30, Xinhua -- An artificial intelligence (AI) monitoring platform, aiming to protect wildlife, has been jointly established, local authorities said Tuesday.

The AI big data real-time monitoring platform, co-developed by the Feline Research Center of National Forestry and Grassland Administration, Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) and HIT Big Data Group, is expected to support research on ecological systems, animal populations and individual animals through advanced technologies including artificial intelligence, machine learning and neuro-linguistic processing.

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YUNNAN, July 16, China daily -- A protection network for the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey was established in this southwestern province on Monday, marking July 15 as the first Yunnan Snub-nosed Monkey Day, drawing more public attention to the protection work.

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URUMQI, June 24, Xinhua -- Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has built the first overpass for wildlife migration in the Junggar Basin, according to the local department of transportation.

The 100-meter-long and 50-meter-wide overpass was built in the Kalamaili Nature Reserve in the basin. There was a 50-centimeter-thick layer of sandy soil on the surface of the overpass, along with a total of four drinking spots for wildlife on its sides.

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