China News Service, Xi’an, November 11 (Mei Yi Taki Yang Qichao) A reporter learned from the Qin Protection Bureau of Xi’an Huyi District on the 11th that the Taiping State-owned Ecological Forest Farm set up an infrared camera at Mangouliang in the Xishan State-owned Forest Area of ​​Taipingyu. Go to the national first-level protected animal Sichuan Golden Monkey image.

  Sichuan golden snub-nosed monkey, also known as lion-nosed monkey, up-nosed monkey, golden marmoset, etc., belongs to the genus of primate, monkey family, and up-nosed monkey.

The hair is soft and is a rare animal unique to China. It lives in dense mountain forests and is a national first-class protected animal.

There are only 5 species of golden monkeys in the world, all of which are included in the "International Union for Conservation of Nature" (IUCN) Red List of Endangered Species. Among them, the Sichuan golden monkeys live in the wild in primitive forests with vegetation, which is a measure of forest health and integrity. Flagship species.

  It is reported that this is the first time traces of wild Sichuan golden snub-nosed monkeys have been found in Taipingyu, after the emergence of a wild population of Qinling Sichuan golden snub-nosed monkeys in Laoyu, Poyi District. Ecological significance.

  In recent years, with the in-depth development of the ecological environment protection of the Qinling Mountains in Huyi District, the effective implementation of the natural forest resource protection project has significantly promoted the improvement of the ecological environment of the Qinling Mountains and highlighted the harmonious coexistence between humans and wild animals.