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Preservation Efforts Seen in World’s Highest Wetland

  • Source : China Tibet Online Author : Time : 06/08/2015 Editor : Tenzin Choedron

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      Photo taken on Jun. 5, 2015 shows the beautiful scenery of the Lhalu Wetland. The Lhalu Wetland, located in the northern suburb of Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, is the world’s highest and largest natural urban wetland, covering an area of 12.2 square kilometers. The wetland plays a very important role in improving the city’s ecological environment, hence known as the "Lungs of Lhasa".In the past few years, with growing preservation efforts, the Lhalu Wetland has seen an increasing number of wild plants and animals. [Photo/Tibettu.com]

     

     

     

      Photo taken on Jun. 5, 2015 shows the beautiful scenery of the Lhalu Wetland. The Lhalu Wetland, located in the northern suburb of Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, is the world’s highest and largest natural urban wetland, covering an area of 12.2 square kilometers. The wetland plays a very important role in improving the city’s ecological environment, hence known as the "Lungs of Lhasa".In the past few years, with growing preservation efforts, the Lhalu Wetland has seen an increasing number of wild plants and animals. [Photo/Tibettu.com]

     

     

      Photo taken on Jun. 5, 2015 shows the beautiful scenery of the Lhalu Wetland. The Lhalu Wetland, located in the northern suburb of Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, is the world’s highest and largest natural urban wetland, covering an area of 12.2 square kilometers. The wetland plays a very important role in improving the city’s ecological environment, hence known as the "Lungs of Lhasa".In the past few years, with growing preservation efforts, the Lhalu Wetland has seen an increasing number of wild plants and animals. [Photo/Tibettu.com]

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