Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin
Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin
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Four animal species to spot on Lantau Island, Hong Kong’s last frontier for biodiversity

  • From strange barks to a peculiar little frog, land mass holds trove of biological gems that city stands to lose if balance between man and nature is fractured

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Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin
Lantau Island, with its hiking trails and rich biodiversity, is the last frontier of greenery for a city with a relentless thirst for land. Photo: Stanley Shin
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