HEFEI, April 10 (Xinhua) -- Recently, infrared cameras installed in the Anhui-based Guniujiang National Nature Reserve have captured some wild animals that are under state-level protection in China.
The result is published by a research project, which is jointly conducted by the reserve and Inner Mongolia Normal University. It indicates that the number of animal resources in the reserve have been on the rise in recent years.
Straddling Qimen and Shitai counties, the Guniujiang National Nature Reserve is the westward extension of the Huangshan Mountain. It is known as a "green natural museum."
Undated image captured by the infrared camera shows a macaca in Guniujiang National Nature Reserve, east China's Anhui Province. (Xinhua)
Undated image captured by the infrared camera shows a lophura nycthemera in Guniujiang National Nature Reserve, east China's Anhui Province. (Xinhua)