Live: Chinese crested terns breed on Wuzhishan Island in E China – Ep. 2

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Chinese crested terns lay eggs, incubate and raise their brood on Wuzhishan Island in Zhoushan, east China’s Zhejiang Province, every year in May. The sea bird is listed as a critically endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and there are currently less than 150 adult Chinese crested terns worldwide. #ForNature #StreamingChina

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