“Kung Fu Panda” now in Wawu Mountain, Sichuan: Handstand is “convenient” and caught upright
The image shooting location is located at an altitude of 2067 meters in the core protection area of Wawu Mountain. It is the first time to capture here since it was completed and put into trial operation in August this year. To the wild giant panda moving image.
The reporter learned that the Wawu Mountain area of Meishan area is actively promoting the construction of the smart forest and grass monitoring project. The first phase of the project mainly includes the procurement of front-end sensing equipment and the construction and installation of the transmission network. There are 10 monitoring points for monitoring and other functions, gradually covering the radiation blind spots of the previously installed 64 infrared cameras, and initially achieving full-range coverage, real-time monitoring, and online transmission.
At present, 947 species of wild animals have been discovered in Wawu Mountain, Meishan Area of Giant Panda National Park, including 469 species of terrestrial wild (vertebral) animals, 63 species of freshwater aquatic wild animals, and 415 species of identified insects; 91 species of wild animals under national key protection Among them, there are 17 species of national level I key protected wild animals, including giant panda, clouded leopard, forest musk deer, Chinese merganser duck, black stork, etc., and national level II key protected wild animals include macaques, Tibetan monkeys, black bears, red pandas, yellow storks, etc. 74 species including throated mink and otter. There are 2278 species of wild plants and 69 species of macrofungi found in the park area; 77 species of national key protected wild plants, of which the national first-level key protected wild plants include 4 species of yew, southern yew, ginkgo, and dove tree, and the national second-level key There are 73 species of protected wild plants, including Cypress, Bashan Torreya, Lianxiangshu, and Shuiqingshu.