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Wolfberries Illegally Harvested, Environment In Danger

Wolfberries Illegally Harvested, Environment In Danger
Recently thousands of people went to the grasslands of Qingzang to illegally mine black Chinese Wolfberries, which are currently selling for around 80 RMB per jin. Most of the grassland belonged to herdsmen who had a contract with contractors that helped protect their land, however this security couldn’t stop the illegal knife-wielding miners from breaking through. This destroyed the local ecology, and will lead to desertification. Many netizens condemned these actions, the most popular comment was a netizen asking “why can’t you harvest it in the wild?”

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