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  • Zhangjiajie Carrying Water Bird

    Zhangjiajie Carrying Water Bird

    Carrying water birds, listed under the first rank of state-protected animals, are very special with colorful feathers .Each bird has a special organ like a bag for carrying water. These birds usually live on the top of mountain and will fly to streams or rivers to drink water when thirsty. After drinking almost 1Kg water, they will use their bag to store much water for later days.
    Flora & Fauna 2010-11-24 14:34 View:3845
  • Pangolin


    Pangolins, listed under the second rank of  national-protected animal, is good at in digging the hole in high mountains. It is usually half meters long with hard carapace, long tongue, sharp claw, small legs and eyes ,looking  very special.
    Flora & Fauna 2010-11-24 14:32 View:3458
  • Zhangjiajie Macaque Monkey

    Zhangjiajie Macaque Monkey

    The macaque monkey is listed under the second rank of  state-protected animals. According to the color of fur, macaque monkeys in Wulingyuan are classified into three groups: blue macaque, yellow macaque and golden macaque. They are very naughty like children, jumping quickly from one tree to another. Furthermore, they are not afraid of human beings.When you come close to them and give them some sweets or chocolates, they will be very happy and make good friends with you. Hundreds of them live in the Zhangjiajie forest park .
    Flora & Fauna 2010-11-24 14:30 View:4440
  • Chinese Giant Salamander

    Chinese Giant Salamander

    Chinese Giant Salamander is also called "Baby Fish", because it sounds like a baby crying with four legs similar to a baby’s arms, belonging to the second rank of state-protected animal. Many giant salamanders inhabit in cool and clean streams and ponds, relying on small fish, crabs, shrimps, frogs, etc. In addition, it was selected as the mascot of Zhangjiajie city in the 2007 Zhangjiajie International Forest Conservation Festival.
    HOT Flora & Fauna 2010-11-24 14:27 View:17489