Chinese Milu Park [Photo/chinesemlw.com]
Located in Dafeng, Yancheng, Jiangsu province, the Chinese Milu Park is a national milu nature reserve built in 1986.
Milu, also known as Pere David's deer, is a species of deer that is endangered in the wild.
The reserve is a good habitat for rare animals such as milu, white storks, and red-crowned cranes, and for thermophilic crops, thanks to its geological landform as a typical coastal wetland with a subtropical climate and warm temperatures.
It now has the world's largest milu population and has built the world's largest milu gene bank.
So far, the reserve has welcomed nearly 1 million visitors from more than 40 countries, among which 380,000 were teenagers.
Address: Milu Nature Reserve, Dafeng, Yancheng