Green drive scales new peaks

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BEIJING, May 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — This is a news report from China Daily:
While city folk flock to zoos or animal parks for a glimpse of wildlife, the threats posed by predators such as snow leopards, wolves and brown bears are a daily fact of life for 41-year-old forest ranger Zhao Hongshang in the Qilian Mountains in northwestern China’s Qinghai province.
His base, Qiqing forest station, sits at an altitude of 2,900 meters and is the highest forest station in Qilian Mountain National Park-one of China’s first 10 pilot national parks.
Work on the parks started in 2015, wi

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