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If you want to see fireflies, XTBG is the place
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) is regarded as an ideal place for enjoying the beauty of night lightening up by fireflies. That’s because of its clear skies, beautiful landscapes, and other environmental advantages. The fireflies live in a variety of warm environments, as well as in more temperate reg...
XTBG launches week-long program to celebrate International Biodiversity Day
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) launched a week-long program to celebrate this years’ International Biodiversity Day (May 22) and 16th Public Science Day of CAS from May 18 to 23. Combining online and on-site activities, the program was aimed to create more awareness in the public on the importance of...
Biodiversity photo show to celebrate International Museum Day 2020
A photograph show themed with “XTBG and Biodiversity” is on display at the Tropical Rainforest Ethnic Culture Museum to celebrate the International Museum Day (IMD) on May 18. The theme of the 40th International Museum Day is Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion. It aims at becoming a rallying point to bot...
A natural storyteller
The book cover of the Chinese-language Life on Earth.[Photo provided to China Daily] To mark the 40th anniversary of David Attenborough's influential book, Life on Earth, a revised and updated edition has been translated for Chinese readers, Li Yingxue reports. In 1979, BBC's nature documentary Life on Earth show...
Natural Orchid Show 2020 at XTBG
The 7th annual orchid show “Natural orchids – the gift of nature” unveiled its plate on April 10, 2020. The show is an annual event to showcase the beauty of orchids and increase public awareness of biodiversity conservation at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG). About 10,000 individuals of 100 orchid ...
New research demonstrates how ‘undertaker’ bees find the dead bodies of their mates
The number of bees that do not survive during wintertime has been registered in the past to revolve around 25 percent, with 2013 being a fatal one, as 60 percent of total hives were lost. Then, there’s a group of workers in the bee world that searches hives for dead comrades, finding them in approximately 30 minutes, in...
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