Live: How do wild crested ibises take care of their newborn?

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  • After the hatching of their second batch of eggs, wild crested ibis couple Honghong and Huohuo finally saw their precious newborns. The female crested ibis is already 17 years old, roughly equivalent to a 50-year-old human. The crested ibis is one of the most endangered species on earth. How do wild crested ibises nurse their precious newborn? Join CGTN to view the nursery of the wild crested ibis family in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province.

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