Where have the black-necked crane chicks gone?

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29-year-old Choegyab is a #wildlife photographer in Nyanpo Yuzee in Golog, northwest #China’s Qinghai Province. He and his younger brother are planning to set up an infrared camera near a cranes’ nest to record the eggs being hatched. However, things do not work out as Choegyab expected… Join CGTN to take a look.

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