(ECNS) -- A forest in Fujian's Nanping, with a history of over a thousand years, boasts nearly 10,000 rare nanmu trees of different sizes.
This forest is not only suitable for strolling but also for forestry experts to study the natural ecology and living conditions of special tree species in ancient and modern times.
3D paintings on trunks depicting monkeys, leopards, tigers and other animals, cartoons and ancient Chinese characters vivify the old forest.
These trunk paintings comprise acrylic pigment, which is waterproof and environmentally friendly.
It can also protect nanmu bark from corrosion and other injuries, the person in charge of the scenic spot said.