Black-necked cranes spend winter in Tibet | Updated: 2018-01-03 11:51
Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for bird species during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the number reaching around 1,700 last December. [Photo/Xinhua]
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