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Haikou day trips: R&F Mangrove Park Chengmai

R&F mangrove Park includes a Wetland Nature Education Centre, Migratory Bird Rescue Centre and Science Centre.

Look out, look out, the thrips are about!

In Hainan, thrips are commonly found (amongst other places), on the hanging branches of the banyan tree and appear in large numbers when the air is humid

Why seed diversity is crucial in ensuring food security

Crop diversity is the biological foundation of agriculture, and that foundation may not be as solid as you might imagine.

Newborn rare gibbon spotted in Hainan national park

The Hainan Tropical Rainforest National Park officially confirmed on Tuesday that a baby gibbon was born earlier this year

Birds of Hainan: The Common Kingfisher

The common kingfisher also known as the Eurasian kingfisher or river kingfisher, is a small kingfisher with seven subspecies across Eurasia and North Africa

Birds of Hainan: The Chinese Pond Heron

The Chinese PondHeron (Ardeola bacchus) is an East Asian freshwater bird, it is listed as Least Concern

Birds of Hainan: The Green Sandpiper

Green Sandpipers prefer tropical or subtropical habitats among forests, wetlands, swamps, flooded grasslands

Aquaculture tourism platform arrives in Hainan – What is Aquaculture?

The first semi-submersible deep-sea intelligent aquacuhlture tourism platform has arrived in Hainan - What is aquaculture

Most Beautiful Hometown Rivers – Haikou’s Meishe River makes the list!

The Meishe River runs through the main urban area of Haikou City and flows through the central urban area

Wildlife rescue and the fight against illegal wildlife trade

Since 2018 the provincial rescue center has rescued 135 species of terrestrial wild animals accounting for more than 4000 animals

Autonomous trash cleaning bot put to work on Haikou’s lakes

The first unmanned water surface cleaning vessel has been put to work in Haikou City, in the East and West lakes of Haikou People’s Park on January 4

The Chinese horseshoe crab – an endangered blue-blooded “living fossil”

Chinese horseshoe crabs have lived on the planet for 450 million years. Nowadays they are an endangered species.
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