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    Rare wildlife footage captured in the Giant Panda National Park

    Have you ever seen a panda walking in heavy snow? Or two golden snub-nosed monkeys locked in a hug? Infrared cameras have recently captured these rare sights in the Baishuijiang area of the Giant Panda National Park in northwest China’s Gansu Province.

    Covering about 2,600 square kilometers, the Baishuijiang area of the Giant Panda National Park is rich in rare and endangered species, with 20 species under national Class-I protection.

    As part of efforts to better protect wildlife, staff members aim to install 600 infrared cameras over an area of 300 square kilometers of virgin forests in three months.

    “In order to make sure cameras can work properly, we will put the solar panels as far south as possible to help them receive sunlight for a long time,” said Ren Jingcheng, deputy head of Rangshuihe Protection Station of Baishuijiang Area of Giant Panda National Park.

    Local authorities have…

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