A few days ago, nine elk cubs were born one after another in the Daqingshan National Nature Reserve in Inner Mongolia. This is the first time that China has successfully established a wild elk population in the transition zone between the North China Region and the Mongolia-Xinjiang Region on the southern edge of the Mongolian Plateau. The first generation of the reintroduced elk population to successfully reproduce.

  Elk is a national first-class protected animal. It once disappeared in the wild. After years of unremitting efforts, the artificially bred population has continued to grow and the wild population has been rebuilt.

According to statistics, there are nearly 10,000 elk populations in China.

(Reporter Lang Jiahui’s video comes from the Daqingshan National Nature Reserve Administration, Inner Mongolia)

Responsible editor: [Lu Yan]