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Black-necked cranes seen in SW China

Updated: Feb 17,2017 3:35 PM     Xinhua

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen at the Dashanbao state nature reserve of black-necked cranes in Zhaotong, Southwest China’s Yunnan province, Feb 16, 2017. The nature reserve, established in 2003 for the endangered species, has seen increased number of black-necked cranes winter here in recent years.[Photo/Xinhua]

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