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<p>Porpoises used to be rare in the Yangtze River, but now they are common near the city of Yichang in Central China’s Hubei Province. This video clip is about how porpoises fall in love and play with each other. It was taken by a photographer near the low reaches of Gezhouba Dam, a few kilometers upstream from downtown Yichang.</p><p><img class="" id="file-images-WU_FILE_13" src="https://imedia-peoplesdaily.pdnews.cn/20210502/3b0191747925483587566ee355c111ed.jpg"/></p><p>The video captures a vivid scene of two porpoises waltzing in the water, and amazed millions of viewers on Chinese social media platforms.</p><p><span style="color: rgb(127, 127, 127);">(Video edited by Wang Xinghuan; Text compiled by Han Xiaomeng)</span></p>