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City to build mangrove museum
    2018-January-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINA Mangrove Museum, a State-level ecological culture landmark jointly developed by the State Forestry Administration and the Shenzhen city government, will be built to popularize wetland knowledge, cultivate residents’ ecological civility and manifest the city’s achievements in ecological protection.

According to Zan Qijie, director of Guangdong Neilingding-Futian National Nature Reserve Administration, the State Forestry Administration sent a letter to Zan in November 2017, proposing the establishment of China’s first mangrove museum in light of the rich and diversified mangrove resources in Shenzhen.

The planned museum will be built on the eastern section of the Qiaocheng East Depot of Metro Line 9, neighboring the Shenzhen International Flowers and Gardens Exposition Park in the north and Shenzhen Bay Park in the south.

The museum will include 30,000 square meters of floor space and 31,800 square meters of greenery.

It is expected to attract 2 million visitors a year.

The museum will be connected with Shenzhen International Flowers and Gardens Exposition Park and Shenzhen Bay Park through corridor bridges, forming an ecological environment around the museum.

The museum will be a platform integrating exhibitions, research and science popularization. It will be a first-class mangrove popular science and research center based on the resources of Shenzhen Bay.

The museum will be divided into five parts: a 1,000-meter-long wetland landscape, World Mangrove Park, World Mangrove Exhibition Area, China Mangrove Exhibition Area and 11 subvenues for mangrove exploration including the evolution, structure, role and diversity of the mangrove. (Han Ximin)

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