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China Daily / 2022-10 / 03 / Page003

Wildlife conservation is all down to humans, professor says

By XU HAOYU | China Daily | Updated: 2022-10-03 00:00

Analysis of millions of infrared photos and tens of thousands of videos shows that the Sanjiangyuan area in the heart of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau has one of the most complete food chains in the world.

The analysis was carried out by the Shan Shui Conservation Centre over more than a decade.

Lyu Zhi, 57, a professor of conservation biology at Peking University, who founded the center in 2007 and has worked on the preservation of Sanjiangyuan for 17 years, said: "Conservation of nature is not about shouting slogans related to keeping rare animals alive. It is not something you can learn from textbooks.

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