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Night sightseeing tour at XTBG becomes more charming
Author: Images by Zhao jiangbo
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Update time: 2017-05-08
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As one of the largest botanical gardens, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) is an ideal place for knowing species diversity. Numerous people come to enjoy the beautiful landscape in the day. However, relatively few people can enjoy the night scenery and discover the lovely insects, frogs, animals, etc. in addition to the silent sky and plants.

In early summer, you can also enjoy one evening with the glow of fireflies, flickering and flying on the botanical garden.

The sightseeing by night makes the garden even more charming and exciting in the day. Here are some interesting creatures taken at night in XTBG.

 

    

  Hairy-footed flying squirrel (Belomys pearsonii)

A kind of tree frog.

Scorpionflies

 A kind of lizard.

A kind of spider in family Deinopidae .

A kind of spider in family Sparassidae

Orchid mantis

A kind of Lycorma

Glow of fireflies, flickering and flying on the botanical garden

 

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