On August 1, 2014, Shishi, Xiangzhi town, in Fujian Province, local fishermen accidentally found in their nets a giant whale shark.
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One of the rarest turtles in the world, a Yangtze giant softshell turtle (Rafetus swinhoei, 斑 鱉), died in China, leaving only three remaining alive. … Read more
On July 2, 2018, the Jiangxi Provincial Forest Public Security Bureau announced the discovery of the largest case of trafficking in wild animals to date … Read more
A new giant panda habitat was uncovered in a remote section of a nature reserve in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province thanks to a tiny panda … Read more
Being one of the five national nature reserves, the Nangun River Nature Reserve (南滚河自然保护区) is in the middle of the Sino-Burma border that is southwest … Read more
BEIJING (AP) — China is mourning the death of the world’s oldest panda, Basi, who attracted millions of visitors during a visit to the United … Read more
World cat day in China: Nowadays in Chinese society, more and more young people are looking for an individual space, a free life without obstacles, … Read more
Recently a group of photos of Siberian tigers became popular on the Chinese internet. These pictures of Harbin Siberian tigers show obese tigers, that look … Read more
A Chinese girl, 28 years old, lives with 70 stray kittens. After graduation, Zhou decided to stay in Xi’an, not for love or work, but … Read more
Yulin, Southern Guangxi province, is a small city famous in China for its Dog Festival, known as “Lychee dog meat festival”. According to locals, the … Read more
Every year, in Rongshui Miao Autonomous County, Guangxi, not too far from Liuzhou, local people celebrate the Chinese New Year with the 500-year-old tradition of horse fighting.
The rule is simple: two male horses fight against each other in a fight over a female. Over the years, fights become an import income for locals, attracting tourists from every part of China and criticism from the animal rights group.
The story of a Chinese Circus – Yongqiao, in northern Anhui, is considered the birthplace of Chinese circus with more than 300 companies, employing over … Read more