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2020-08-10 15:28:00China Tibet Online

Black-necked cranes fly freely in the Lhunzhub County natural reserve. 

Wild animals are not only natural resources, but also important ecological resources and an indispensable part of the global ecosystem. In recent years, Lhasa City has continuously strengthened publicity for environmental preservation, having further enhanced people’s awareness of wildlife resources preservation. 

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