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8,000 artificially-bred Chinese sturgeons released into Yangtze River (1/3)

2013-04-17 15:41     Web Editor:Su Jie
A Chinese sturgeon is released into the Yangtze River in Yichang, Central China's Hubei Province, April 17, 2013. Chinese sturgeon is a protected fish species that dates back 140 million years. They are known as "living fossils of fish," because they are the world's oldest vertebrates. [Photo: CNS/Liu Liangwei]
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