Plant and Animal Life@The natural vegetation of the Liaodong Peninsula is not well preserved, because of the extent of cultivation and settlement. The forests that remain, mostly on the eastern sides of the hills, contain birches, limes, elms, and pines, together with typical Manchurian trees—oaks, apples, and ashes. On the western sides, trees are scarce. Wild animal life is now meagre, almost limited to rodents.
Wuzhi Mountain Tropical Forests@As one of the only three pristine tropical rainforests, Wuzhi Mountain, literally “Five Finger Mountain”, is the highest and therefore a very special destination for green tourism and eco-tourism. In particular, the Li and Miao ethic groups in the area still keep their own distinct folk customs and are very attractive to people outside.
Hainan's Kingdom of Animals and Tropical Plants@Hainan Tropical Wildlife Park and Botanical Garden is nature's haven, with no less than 4,000 rare birds and animals representing 200 species. With tropical forest covering over 90 percent of its area, the garden offers beautiful views of a wide range of tropical plants, flowers and fruit trees.
Guanmen Mountain, Blazing with colors
Sichuan Ruoergai Prairie
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