Wuyishan| China’s First National Parks | Kyle Obermann

Sep 14 , 2022 | Culture,Lifestyle

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In eastern China, most known for its booming urban centers, a small but precipitous mountain enclave has yielded over 1,000 new species discoveries over the last century. Our Nature Contributor Kyle Obermann shares the story of Wuyishan National Park, one of China’s first five official national parks.


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