CHINA 'Milu Conservation Union' launched to protect rare deer species of milu

CHINA

'Milu Conservation Union' launched to protect rare deer species of milu

Xinhua

08:58, August 25, 2019

Photo taken on Aug. 24 shows the milu deer, also known as Pere David's deer, at the Nanhaizi country park in Beijing, China. The government of Beijing's Daxing District will work with global partners to launch a new initiative on the research and protection of the rare deer species of milu. Four Chinese government units and institutes, as well as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Britain's Woburn Abbey, will join the "Milu Conservation Union" launched Saturday. (Photos: Xinhua)

Photo taken on Aug. 24 shows the milu deer, also known as Pere David's deer, at the Nanhaizi country park in Beijing, China. The government of Beijing's Daxing District will work with global partners to launch a new initiative on the research and protection of the rare deer species of milu. Four Chinese government units and institutes, as well as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Britain's Woburn Abbey, will join the "Milu Conservation Union" launched Saturday.

Photo taken on Aug. 24 shows the milu deer, also known as Pere David's deer, at the Nanhaizi country park in Beijing, China. The government of Beijing's Daxing District will work with global partners to launch a new initiative on the research and protection of the rare deer species of milu. Four Chinese government units and institutes, as well as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Britain's Woburn Abbey, will join the "Milu Conservation Union" launched Saturday.

Photo taken on Aug. 24 shows the milu deer, also known as Pere David's deer, at the Nanhaizi country park in Beijing, China. The government of Beijing's Daxing District will work with global partners to launch a new initiative on the research and protection of the rare deer species of milu. Four Chinese government units and institutes, as well as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Britain's Woburn Abbey, will join the "Milu Conservation Union" launched Saturday.

People visit a milu deer, also known as Pere David's deer, museum at the Nanhaizi country park in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 24, 2019. The government of Beijing's Daxing District will work with global partners to launch a new initiative on the research and protection of the rare deer species of milu. Four Chinese government units and institutes, as well as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Britain's Woburn Abbey, will join the "Milu Conservation Union" launched Saturday.

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