Black-necked cranes breed babies in wetlands in Xainza County, China's Xizang-Xinhua

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Black-necked cranes breed babies in wetlands in Xainza County, China's Xizang

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2024-06-10 19:31:50

A black-necked crane and its baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Tenzing Nima Qadhup)

A black-necked crane and its baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Tenzing Nima Qadhup)

A black-necked crane baby is seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

A black-necked crane and its baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

A black-necked crane and its baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Tenzing Nima Qadhup)

A black-necked crane baby is seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)

A black-necked crane baby is seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

A black-necked crane forages at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)

Two black-necked cranes and their baby are seen at a wetland in Xainza County of Nagqu City, southwest China's Xizang Autonomous Region, June 9, 2024. Black-necked crane couples are breeding babies in wetlands at an altitude of about 4,700 meters in Xainza County. Every year around the time of June, pairs of black-necked cranes migrate to Xainza County to hatch eggs on grass piers surrounded by water. The black-necked crane, a species under first-class state protection in China, mainly inhabits plateau meadows and marshes at an altitude of 2,500 to 5,000 meters. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)