Jiuzhaigou – Wikipedia

Local fauna includes the endangered giant panda and golden snub-nosed monkey. Both populations are very small (fewer than 20 individuals for the pandas) and isolated. Their survival is in question in a valley subject to increasing tourism. It is one of only three known locations for the threatened Duke of Bedford’s vole.

Jiuzhaigou – Sichuan Province – China

Jiuzhaiguo 九寨溝自然保護區 Tibetan Qiang Autonomous Area Sichuan Province China Heaven On Earth. Previously called Dzitsa Degu in Tibetan, Jiuzhai Valley or Jiuzhaigou National Park is located in the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan Province, South Western China.

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