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Wild China 美丽中国

With splendour scale and romance Wild China lifts the veil on the world's most enigmatic and magnificent country delving into its vibrant habitats to reveal a land of unbelievable natural complexity. Journey across China from the glittering peaks of the Himalayas to the barren steppe the sub-Arctic to the tropical islands through deserts both searingly hot and mind-numbingly cold and see in pioneering images a dazzling array of mysterious beautiful wild and rare creatures.






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The last hidden world---China.

 

For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mind numbing cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath vast horizons, and rich tropical seas.

 

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that live here, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motif in Chinese paintings, and a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in a floodplain of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the mud in search of worms.

 

But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family - rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

 

well over

大大超过,大大高于

 

well到相当的程度:

I don't know how old he is, but he looks well over/past forty.

我不知道他多少岁, 但是他看上去有四十多岁了.

 

harbor (vt)

To provide a place, home, or habitat for:

为…提供地方、住房或栖息地:

streams that harbor trout and bass.

 

tourist attraction

A tourist attraction is a place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its inherent or exhibited cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, or amusement opportunities.

 

standing water

静水

 

floodplain

A plain bordering a river and subject to flooding.

漫滩:位于河边的、易被洪水淹没的平地

 

godwit

Any of various large shore birds of the genusLimosa,  having a long, slender, slightly upturned bill.

长嘴涉水鸟:一种塍鹬属 的大型海边的鸟,具长而细的稍向上弯的喙

 

 

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising cultures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s the largest, with mid over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mine numbing cold. Steaming forest’s harboring rag creatures. Grassy plains beneath faster risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explode the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures after the year, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings. And the major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And a flood plain of the Yangtze River, black tail got with / the mouth and searching worms. And the reason just wildlife that / in this environment. This warmth ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family---rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

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The last hidden world, China. For centuries travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures.

 

Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest, and today, it’s largest with well over of a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethic groups. And the wild range of traditional life styles often enclose partnership with neighbor.  

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems, but there is great beauty here too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast desert ranging from serious hot to mild * cold, steaming forests, harboring rare creatures, grass plane beneath fast the * and rich tropical seas. Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures live here and consider the relationship of people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which * myth.

 

This is wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Lee River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership goes back more than a thousand years.  

 

This scenery is known for all the world, a recurring motif in Chinese paintings and a major tourist attraction.

 

The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than UK. Its landscape is of hills, but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year and standing water with everywhere. And the flood * the empty river, ** search worms. But there isn’t just wild life that * the * environment. The sponty ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family, rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least eight thousand years.

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The last hidden world,China,for centuries travellers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising cultures,Chinese civilization is world's oldest,and today it's livingest,with well over a billion people,it's home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups and wild ranged traditional life styles after a close partnership with nature,we know that China faces immense social and enviromental problems,but there is great beauty here too.China is home to the world highest mountains,farest deserts ranged from *hot to mind-numbing cold,steaming forests harboring rare creatures,vasty plain beneath farest riders and rich tropical seas.

 

Now for the first time ever,we connect the blob the whole of this greast country,meet summer the surprising and exotic creatures there,and consider relationship the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscaping which they live,this is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in warm supple tropical south,on the lee river fishermen and birds perch on bamble rafts,partnership goes back more than 5,000 years,this scenery is known as wild worlds,a recurrent motif in Chinese paintings and major torris*of tractions,sourth of China is a vast area,8 times larger than the UK,it's a landscape of hills but also a water.It rains here for up to 250 days a year,and standing water is everywhere,and flood plain of Yangtse river,light tail gargoers probe mott search worms,but it isn't just wild life that thrive in * enviroment,the swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of grass family,rice.The Chinese has been cultivating rice for the least 8,000 years.

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s the largest, with all over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mine numbing cold. Steaming forest’s harboring rare creatures. Grassy plains beneath faster risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures after the year, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings. And the major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in the flood plain of the Yangtze River, black tail giggle birds probe their mouth and search worms. But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family---rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

 

[ 本帖最后由 细雨飞扬 于 2008-6-18 10:37 编辑 ]
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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s /the/ largest with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mine numbing cold. Steaming forest’s harboring rare creatures. Grassy plains beneath faster risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures after the year, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings. And a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in the flood plain of the Yangtze River, black tail * probe their mouth and search worms. But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family---rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

 

 

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s the largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mine numbing cold. Steaming forest’s harboring rare creatures. Grassy plains beneath faster risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures after the year, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings. And the major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in the flood plain of the Yangtze River, black tail grunted birds probe their mouth and search worms. But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family---rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.
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The last hidden world, China. For centuries travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures.

 

Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest, and today, it’s largest with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethic groups. And the wild range of traditional life styles often inclose partnership with nature.  

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems, but there is great beauty here too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from  searing hot to mild numbing cold, steaming forests, harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath vast horizons and rich tropical seas. Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures live here and consider the relationship of the people and wildlife of China to the remarkable landscaping which they live.

 

This is wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years.  

 

This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motif in Chinese paintings and a major tourist attraction.

 

The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It's a landscape of hills, but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year and standing water is everywhere. In a floodplain of the Yangtse River, black-tailed godwits probe the mud in search of worms. But it isn’t just wild life that thrive in this environment. The swanpy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family, rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least eight thousand years.

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s (the) largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mind numbing cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath faster risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that fleet here, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings, and a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. /And/ In the floodplain of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the muds in search of worms.

 

But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family - rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s (the) largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mind numbing cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath fast risers, and rich tropical seas.

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that live here, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings, and a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in the floodplain of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the mud in search of worms.

 

But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family - rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

 

       Two roads diverged in a wood, and I
                     I took the one less traveled by,
                             And that has made all the defference

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 The last hidden(mystery) world,China!

 

For centuries,travelers to China have told thousands of magical landscapes, and surprising cultures.Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest,and today it's the largest, with well over a billion people. it’s home to more than fifty distinct ethnic groups and wild range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know China faces immense social and enviromental problems, but there is great beauty here, too.China is home to the world’s hightest mountains, Vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mild numbing cold, steaming forests(tropical forests) ,harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath faster riders,and rich tropical seas, Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures lived in there, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China, to the remarkable landscape in with they live.     

 

This is wild China!

 

Our exploration of china begins in the warm subtropical South. On the Li River, fisherman and birds perch() on banboo rafts a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. the scenery is known throughout the world. a recurrent(反复出现的) motif(主题) in Chinese paintings and the major tourist attraction.the south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. it’s a landscape of hills, but also of water.it rains here for up to two hundred and fifty days a year and standing water(不流动的水) is everywhere.

 

In the floodplain(漫滩) of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the muds in search of worms,but it isn’t just wildlife that survive in this environment. the swampy(沼泽的) ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of grass family, rice. the Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least eight thousands years.

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The last hidden world---China

 

For centuries travellers to China have told tales and magical landscapes, and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world's oldest, and today it is largest with well over a billion people. It is homes to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups and a wide range of traditional lifestyles ****.We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems, but there is great beauty here too.

 

China is homes to the world's highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from thrilling hot to ** cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassive planes that need fast racers and rich tropical seas. Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and *** creatures ***, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live.

 

This is wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm sub-tropical south. On the Li river, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partership that goes back more than a thousand years.  This scenery is known throughout the world, a recuring **in Chinese paintings and a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than U. K. It is a landscape of hills and also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. Standing water is everywhere. In the flood plane of the Yatze River, red tail *******. But there isn't just wild life that flies in this environment, this tropic ground provides ideal condition for the remarkable memember of the grass family---rice. The Chinese has been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

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Homework The last hidden world, China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magic landscapes and surprising cultures. Chinese civilization is world’s oldest. And today, it’s the largest with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups and a wide rang of traditional life styles, often in close partnership with nature. We know that china faces immense social and environmental problems but there is great beauty here too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from Syrian hot to * cold; steaming forests, harboring rare creatures; grassy plains beneath fast racers and rich tropical seas. Now, for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that live here and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of china to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is wild China. Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perched on the bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motif in the Chinese paintings and the major tourist attraction. The south of china is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills, but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year, and standing water is everywhere. And the flood * in the Yangzi River, black tail * * mud in search of worms. But it isn’t just wild life that thrived in the environment; the swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable members of the grass family rice. The Chinese has been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years

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The last hidden world---China. For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s (the) largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mind numbing cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath vast rise/s(广阔的高地), and rich tropical seas.

 

 

                                                                                  

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country, meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that live here, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

 

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motif in Chinese paintings, and a major tourist attraction. The south of China is a vast area, eight times larger than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere. And in the floodplain of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the mud in search of worms.

 

 

 

But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family - rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

 

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The last hidden world---China.

 

For centuries, travelers to China have told tales of magical landscapes and surprising creatures. Chinese civilization is the world’s oldest. And today, it’s (the) largest, with well over a billion people. It’s home to more than 50 distinct ethnic groups. And a wide range of traditional lifestyles, often in close partnership with nature.

 

We know that China faces immense social and environmental problems. But there is great beauty here, too. China is home to the world’s highest mountains, vast deserts ranging from searing hot to mind numbing cold, steaming forests harboring rare creatures, grassy plains beneath fast risers, and rich tropical seas.

 

Now for the first time ever, we can explore the whole of this great country. Meet some of the surprising and exotic creatures that live here, and consider the relationship of the people and wild life of China to the remarkable landscape in which they live. This is Wild China.

 

Our exploration of China begins in the warm subtropical south. On the Li River, fishermen and birds perch on bamboo rafts, a partnership that goes back more than a thousand years. This scenery is known throughout the world, a recurring motive in Chinese paintings, and a major tourist attraction.

 

The south of China is a vast area, eight times as large as than the UK. It’s a landscape of hills but also of water. It rains here for up to 250 days a year. And standing water is everywhere.In the floodplain of the Yangtze River, black-tailed godwits probe the muds in search of worms. But it isn’t just wildlife that thrives in this environment. The swampy ground provides ideal conditions for the remarkable member of the grass family - rice. The Chinese have been cultivating rice for at least 8000 years.

[ 本帖最后由 zijinghuaxiang 于 2008-6-18 23:23 编辑 ]
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