Nanping, People's Network, December 16th: Wild ibis, wild red muntjae, wild white crickets, wild black bears ... Infrared cameras installed in the core area of Wuyishan National Park capture many national wildlife protected animals at different times The precious images of them are very prestigious, jumping, running light, or graceful, very attractive.
On December 12, "Following the Forest · Exploring Wuyi——Wuyishan National Park Ecological Scientific Research Activities" was launched. Scientific research groups, experts, and conservation personnel from 9 scientific research units and Wuyishan National Park formed a scientific research group to penetrate the original Wuyishan National Park. Area, conduct on-site inspections, specimen collection and infrared camera deployment to study the growth status of virgin forests and the distribution of wild animal and plant resources in the core area. Based on the previous layout, the expedition team installed 9 infrared cameras in the core area of Wuyishan National Park to help record rare animals on a larger scale. As of now, there are 43 cameras in the park.
It is understood that Wuyishan National Park is one of the 10 national park system pilot areas in the country. It has 210.7 square kilometers of undisturbed native forest vegetation. A total of 2799 species of higher plants, 239 species of algae, 503 species of fungi, There are 100 species of lichens, 558 species of wild vertebrates, and 6849 species of insects. Among them, there are 1163 species of insect model specimens, 91 species of plant model species, and 74 species of endemic wild vertebrates in China. They have been hailed by Chinese and foreign biologists as "the kingdom of snakes", "insect world", "bird paradise", and "the world's biological model specimens" "The key to studying Asian amphibians and reptiles." (Zhan Weiye)
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