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Nurture nature for our future

By Xie Chuanjiao | China Daily | Updated: 2022-08-16 07:50
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He introduces wild plants at a woodland in Laoshan district, Qingdao.[Photo provided to China Daily]

In addition, more than 400 twilight lily plants, an endangered mountainous flowering species found in China, have been saved and conserved.

Laoshan Mountain, with its diverse geographical environment and a mild climate, is a natural sanctuary for many species of birds.

Born and raised in a village in the western foothills of the mountain, Xu had started to think about wildlife protection from an early age.

After he grew up, as a volunteer, he joined the efforts of the wildlife protection society in Qingdao city when in college.

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