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The pandemic should serve as a wake-up call for humanity to reexamine our relationship with nature and, in doing so, drive home the importance of efforts to conserve biodiversity around the planet.
The number of milu deer, or Pere David's deer, in China has reached more than 10,000 and the wild population of the species surpassed 4,000 in the country, according to a recent international conference held in Beijing's Daxing district.
A series of new academic and cultural achievements pertaining to milu deer caught a lot of attention at the 4th Beijing International Milu Culture Conference on Sept 26 in Beijing's Daxing district.
In November, China successfully released 25 milu, a species of deer that enjoys first-class State protection, into the wild in Beijing's Daxing district.
The reintroduction of the milu deer to its motherland has seen the population bounce back from the brink of extinction.
A Milu deer-oriented cultural and creative conference was held in Beijing's Daxing district on Nov 20.The meeting found a balance between inheritance and innovation through intellectual property construction to ensure that China's traditional elk culture can maintain relevance today.
The Milu Culture Conference were held in Beijing’s Daxing district on Sept 20, which coincided with the 35th anniversary of Milu deer’s return to China.
China is home to many intriguing species that travelers can encounter if they know where to go.