Thursday, December 8, 2016

南北非武装地帯の生態系調査結果 韓国環境部が公開へ










Ecosystem survey result of North-South demilitarized zone South Korea Ministry of Environment announced

【Sejong Union News】 A report on the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) where the Korea Environment Division and the National Ecological Education are in contact with the South-North military borderline for more than 40 years, and summarizes animals and plants in the area will be issued on the 9th .
Representative flora and fauna in the DMZ (Provided by Ministry of Environment) = (Yonhap News)
According to the report, as a result of the survey, there are 1854 plants, 43 mammals, 266 birds, 34 amphibians and reptiles, 2189 species of terrestrial insects, ), Freshwater fishes (136 species), bent raw invertebral animal (351 species), total of 4873 species of wild plants and animals were confirmed to exist.
Among these, six species of mammals such as musk deer, Japanese black bear, otter otter, cloaca bat, nine kinds of birds such as sweet beetle and white mustard are designated as the endangered wildlife first grade in Korea.
Especially the crane and musk deer have been confirmed only in DMZ in Korea.
Endangered crisis 75 kinds of plants designated as wildlife second grade, 6 species of mammals, 34 species of birds, 3 species of terrestrial insects, 5 kinds of amphibians · reptiles, 10 kinds of fresh water fishes and 2 types of bottomed invertebrates Was confirmed.
The area of ​​the DMZ area is 1557 square kilometers, which is equivalent to about 1.6% of Korea's land area, but 4873 species confirmed this time make up about 20% of the 22,325 species confirmed on the Korean peninsula.
Of the 246 species of endangered crisis wildlife, about 40% of 91 species were found to be present in the area.
The research team of the National Ecological Research Institute is a stable space for the inhabitants of wild animals and plants because DMZs are restricted access by ordinary people for the protection of military facilities and safety reasons, I explained that it is rich.
Based on this survey, the Ministry of Environment and the National Ecological Earth Science plans to make the results into a database.


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