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People live in harmony with golden snub-nosed monkey in Yangxian County


A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with a villager at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China's first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers' homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It's not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with a villager at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured shaking “hands” with a villager at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China's first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers' homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It's not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

 A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China's first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers' homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It's not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China's first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers' homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It's not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China's first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers' homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It's not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

A golden snub-nosed monkey is pictured with villagers at Maoping Village of Maoping Town in Yangxian County, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, Aug. 2, 2020. A wild grown golden snub-nosed monkey, China’s first-class protected species, has recently come by the village. The monkey found foods at villagers’ homes by day and went back forest at night, seeming to be not afraid of people. Located in the southern foot of the Qinling Mountains, Yangxian County, where the village lies in, is home to many rare animal species including giant pandas, crested ibis, golden snub-nosed monkeys and takins. It’s not rare to see those endangered animals appear at villages. Local people have formed a high sense of animal protection, living harmoniously with them. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)

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