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Kunming - Dianchi wetland won title of

Natural ecosystems within and around the Dianchi Lake in Kunming were tremendously destroyed for human kind's action to land reclamation. However, through about 20 years' unremitting endeavour, wetlands within and around the Dianchi Lake were established one by one. Establishment of wetlands gradually changed natural ecosystems within and around the lake. Thanks to the wetlands, water quality of the Dianchi Lake became better year by year. Vegetation restoration work within and around the lake was done step by step, plant species are increased by 58 during the past 10 years. Endangered animals including wild cormorant and anabarilius alburnops reappear in the lake in latest years. Number of bird species that inhabit and hibernate in the lake increase.

Source: InKunming
Published: 2 September 2016

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