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BUSAN, South Korea -- The city of Busan has discovered a few endangered species in East Busan. The Nature environment survey done recently showed Chinese ninespine stickleback living in Ilgwang stream, a species of Asian bladder wort in Ilgwang mountain. Leopard cats and red banded snake were found in Samgak mountain. 

The city will set out to west Busan to inspect endangered species and will have results by April of next year.

Source: Busan eFM News


 

Endangered Species Found in East Busan


BUSAN, South Korea — The city of Busan has discovered a few endangered species in East Busan. The Nature environment survey done recently showed Chinese ninespine stickleback living in Ilgwang stream, a species of Asian bladder wort in Ilgwang mountain. Leopard cats and red banded snake were found in Samgak mountain. 

The city will set out to west Busan to inspect endangered species and will have results by April of next year.

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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