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Beijing- The State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China on Oct 8 released a white paper titled Biodiversity Conservation in China.

Wintersweets at Jiulongpo Caiyun Lake Wetland Park in Chongqing. (iChongqing file photo)

Please see the attachment for the document.

Full Text: Biodiversity Conservation in China

At Dadukou Xinhu Park in Chongqing, flocks of egrets gather by the lake to dance and play. (iChongqing file photo)

Francois' langurs are one of the world's rarest monkeys, and they originate from China. (iChongqing file photo)

(Source: China Daily)


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