Live: Cormorants welcome newborns in NW China’s Qinghai Lake – Ep. 7

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From April to June every year, cormorants enter their breeding season. They build their nests and prepare for the arrival of their newborns. With long, thin and hooked bills, the birds are good divers and fish eaters and are traditionally used by local fishermen to help catch fish. Join CGTN to take a closer look at these cute birds in northwest China’s Qinghai Lake, the country’s largest inland saltwater lake. #StreamingChina

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