Highlights: Saving the ‘water panda’ – the Chinese sturgeon

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Dubbed the “king of freshwater fish,” the Chinese sturgeon is one of the largest freshwater fish species in the world and is said to have been around for 140 million years. China has implemented different measures to protect and save these national treasures listed as critically endangered species. Join us to learn more about the “water pandas” in the Yangtze River Estuary Chinese Sturgeon Nature Conservation Area on Shanghai’s Chongming Island.

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