April 28, 2011

Taiwanese national treasures sika deer and serow arrive in China

A pair of critically endangered sika deer, whose names together mean "Dotted Star" along with two rare goat-like serows named "Joyful" arrive in mainland China's eastern Shandong Province as a friendship gift from Formosa (Taiwan) to reside and hopefully thrive in the region's Liugongdao National Forest.


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