The Zoige Marsh was one of hardest stretches which the Red Army crossed on their way during the Long March 80 years ago. Lying on the northeast edge of the Tibetan Plateau, the area was notorious for its swamps, which were deep enough to swallow horses. However, now the wetland is drying up and the grassland is deteriorating, but local government is stepping up effort to deal with the situation.
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