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Termites damage city gardens

(Shanghai Daily)

10:05, November 24, 2011

A worker pries open the flooring of a building plagued by termites in the Zuibaichi Garden. The 900-year-old garden is the oldest in the city, and the wood floors have had to be replaced by bricks.

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