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Significant increase in wildlife population along China-Russia border is noted

The countries have created passages for free migration of animals


Thanks to the joint efforts of Chinese and Russian wildlife conservationists along the Sino-Russian border, there was a significant increase in wildlife populations last year. The creation of passages for the free migration of animals has particularly benefited the endangered Serbian tigers, also known as Amur tigers, which are mainly found in the Russian Far East and the northeastern region of China around Hongchun.

China and Russia have recently stepped up cross-border conservation co-operation with joint monitoring and patrolling activities for tigers and leopards in northeastern China. The two countries have teamed up to create passageways for the animals, allowing them to move across the border unhindered. This is reported by CCTV+, a partner of TV BRICS.

According to Feng Limin, a professor at Beijing Normal University, 290 crossings have been opened in the eastern part of the national park on the China-Russia border to help expand the wildlife population in the area. The opening of these crossings has allowed numerous wild animals to move freely between the two countries, facilitating the exchange of genes and the breeding of different species.

Over the past year, more than 30,000 instances of wildlife using the passages have been recorded, with at least 20 Amur tigers crossing the Sino-Russian border. This has greatly contributed to the growth of tiger and leopard populations in the border region.

Joint conservation efforts between China and Russia have led to the establishment of joint protection and monitoring systems, as well as the development of cross-border animal crossings. This innovative co-operation model has served as a successful example to protect endangered wildlife and promote conservation efforts.

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