The Mighty Yangtze: Urban wilderness in Shanghai restores indigenous species

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The Yangtze River is China’s longest river and the third longest river in the world. In this episode, CGTN anchor Pan Deng goes to Shanghai, the city at the mouth of the Yangtze. He visits a man who’s been working on small changes to lure native wildlife back to the concrete jungle.

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