MIL-OSI China: Water resources protection made to enhance biodiversity along Yangtze River

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Source: People’s Republic of China – State Council News

Water resources protection made to enhance biodiversity along Yangtze River

Updated: June 15, 2024 11:31 Xinhua
This photo taken on March 28, 2024 shows second filial generation Chinese sturgeons being released into the Yangtze River in Yichang of central China’s Hubei Province. More than 200,000 second filial generation Chinese sturgeons were released that day to increase wild stocks of the rare species. In recent years, provinces in China’s central region have been making great efforts in the protection of water resources, so as to strengthen the shields for ecological security and protect biodiversity along the Yangtze River. [Photo/Xinhua]
An aerial drone photo taken on Oct. 11, 2023 shows a ship powered by hydrogen fuel cells sailing on the Yichang section of the Yangtze River in central China’s Hubei Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
This photo taken on Feb. 19, 2023 shows a Yangtze finless porpoise hunting for food in the section of Yangtze River in Yichang City, central China’s Hubei Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
An aerial drone photo taken on Dec. 2, 2023 shows vehicles passing on a road over water in Xingshan County of Yichang, central China’s Hubei Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
An aerial drone photo taken on May 24, 2024 shows the view of a riverside square along the Yichang section of the Yangtze River in central China’s Hubei Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
An aerial drone photo taken on March 30, 2024 shows the view of the Yangtze River in the Ma’anshan section of China’s Anhui Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
An aerial drone photo taken on March 30, 2024 shows a park by the side of the Yangtze River in Ma’anshan City of China’s Anhui Province. [Photo/Xinhua]
This photo taken on Dec. 27, 2023 shows milu deer at Shishou Milu Deer National Nature Reserve in central China’s Hubei Province. [Photo/Xinhua]

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