Qinghai Lake: paradise of birds

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Qinghai Lake: paradise of birds


A herd of yaks wander by the bank of Qinghai Lake in Gangcha township, northwest China's Qinghai Province, May 12, 2011. The mirror-like Qinghai Lake in May attracts migration of thousands of birds. The favourable ecological environment surrounding Qinghai Lake is a paradise of birds and fowls. (Xinhua/Chen haining)


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