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Whooper swans linger in Shandong

2011-03-10 02:16:21 GMT2011-03-10 10:16:21(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A pair of whooper swans swim in the Rongcheng Swan Lake, east China's Shandong Province, March 9, 2011. As the weather warms up, most whooper swans have migrated to the north, while about 500 ones still linger here. (Xinhua/Wang Fudong)

A staff member feeds a whooper swan along the Rongcheng Swan Lake, east China's Shandong Province, March 9, 2011. As the weather warms up, most whooper swans have migrated to the north, while about 500 ones still linger here. (Xinhua/Wang Fudong)

A pair of whooper swans flies over water surface in the Rongcheng Swan Lake, east China's Shandong Province, March 9, 2011. As the weather warms up, most whooper swans have migrated to the north, while about 500 ones still linger here. (Xinhua/Wang Fudong)

The Rongcheng Swan Lake dotted with whooper swans is seen in east China's Shandong Province, March 9, 2011. As the weather warms up, most whooper swans have migrated to the north, while about 500 ones still linger here. (Xinhua/Wang Fudong)

Whooper swans were seen in the Rongcheng Swan Lake, east China's Shandong Province, March 9, 2011. As the weather warms up, most whooper swans have migrated to the north, while about 500 ones still linger here.

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