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Panda Besides it’s many attractions and charms, China also enjoys the diversified wildlife reserves in its stores. There are more than 4,400 species of vertebrates residing in the forest of China, almost comprising more than 10 percent of the world's total wildlife population. China is an inhabitant of almost 500 animal species, 1,189 species of birds, more than 320 species of reptiles and 210 species of amphibians.

This wildlife bizarre to China comprises of -- the Giant Panda, Golden-Haired Monkey, South China Tiger, Brown-Eared Pheasant, White-Flag Dolphin, Chinese Alligator, and Red-Crowned Crane.

Wildlife Attractions

The Giant Panda is one of the rarest animals on the earth with its unique color pattern. The Panda is strongly built a robust animal with a submissive character and is delightedly charming.

Snow-white migratory bird is another attraction of China. It is 1.2m tall red-crowned crane, a glorious patch of red skin over the red-brown head adds lots of attraction towards this aril creature.

The white-flag dolphin is one of only two species of freshwater whale in the world. In 1980, a male white-flag dolphin was caught for the first time in the Yangtze River, which aroused lot of enthusiasm and excitement among dolphin researchers worldwide.

Takin, or Budorcas weighs up to 650 pounds with an height of more than four feet. Takins are thick-bodied, longhaired beasts, giving a ghostly appearance with a unique resemblance between a moose, a cow and a bear.
Takins inhabit rugged, mountainous terrain, ranging from 4,000 to 12,000 feet where they change routes towards the dense thickets of rhododendron and bamboo to travel between hunting areas.

Serows Tufted Deer resembles typical deer species. Tufted deer are just 25 inches in height, the male’s are quite small, un branched antlers are almost concealed under the cluster of hair on the forehead. Males also possess long, sharp canines looking like a small tusk over the bottom lip. Male tufted deer probably use these canines in fights with other males.
In Sichuan, tufted deer live at high altitudes, up to about 15,000 feet, in high valley and mountain forests.

Serows are widely distributed in tropical and subtropical Asia, including the mountains of Sichuan. Serow are relatively small creatures, weighing up to 300 pounds, with long tasseled ears, short sharp horns, and short solid hooves.
In Chinese serow means "cliff donkey," but serow are related not to donkeys but to mountain goats.

Flora - China’s treasure also lies in its ample amount of wild plant life. There are more than 32,000 species of plant life scattered over the different parts of the country, grown especially in the Northern Hemisphere's Frigid Zone as well as Temperate and Tropical zones of China.

China Wildlife Conservation Association
Founded in Beijing in December 1983, the China Wildlife Conservation Association (CWCA) now has 30 provincial-level and 260 county-level branches, and about 30 thousand members who are wildlife conservationists, natural reserve works and wildlife lovers. CWCA's task is to assist the evolution of Chinese wildlife conservation, safeguard, acquire and adequately employ wildlife resources and rescue endangered species.

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