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A Chin-ju MBC TV camera crew recently succeeded in capturing footage of an Asian black bear that inhabits in the Chiri Mountain area. This was the first time in 17 years that the rare species was caught on camera, ever since 1983 when a bear was found dead on Sorak Mountain after being shot by a poacher.

Environment experts estimate that about five to six Asian Black bears are currently inhabiting in that area. Upon its discovery, steps to protect the ecological wildlife of the mountainous region are being actively taken, both by the government and civil sector.

Green Korea United conducted to distribute feed in the Chiri Mountain area, where the Asian Black Bear was discovered. Starting from 9th December, GKU placed large amounts of corn, rice and other feed in sites frequently visited by wild animals. GKU members also cleared away illegal poaching equipment in that area.

GKU members are calling for the Chiri Mountain region to be preserved as an ecosystem conservation area, and are gearing up to launch a full-fledged campaign against the dam project that is currently being initiated in the mountainous region.

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  1. 2012.02.02 15:42 신고
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    그러나 . 게시물 나는 후회 '다시 쓰기를 약간 정말 자주 .
  2. 2012.07.06 12:12 신고
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    동산 나는 후회 더 정말

               

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