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Hunters gain extra income from cultivating mushrooms in N China

(Xinhua)

16:07, September 05, 2011

A hunter of Oroqen ethnic group picks mushrooms at an edible mushrooms cultivating base in Hulun Buir, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Sept. 4, 2011. About 80 percent of hunters here are able to gain an extra income of 1,000 yuan (154.6 US dollars) from cultivating mushrooms. (Xinhua/Zhang Yue)
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