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'Smile' of the cowfish: How long can it last?

(Xinhua)

13:40, April 19, 2012

The photo taken on April 18, 2012 shows the samples and photos in the Chinese Academy of Science Wuhan Branch. (Xinhua/Cheng Min)

Edited and translated by Xue Meng, People's Daily Online

Recently, many cowfish were found dead near the Dongting Lake. As reported, 10 cowfish have been found dead since March 3, where six of them were found dead near the Dongting Lake from April 4 to April 15. In the Chinese Academy of Science Wuhan Branch, seven cowfish are raised and bred by the staffs here. On April 18, a reporter captured the natural "smile" of these lovely creatures.

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