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The Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants.

Grey-headed swamphen flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Grey-headed swamphen flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

Glossy ibis birds flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Glossy ibis birds flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

Whiskered tern birds flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Whiskered tern birds flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

A purple heron flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
A purple heron flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP

Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP
Cotton pygmy geese flying at Moeyungyi wetlands in Bago Division north of Yangon. The lake is home to 12 mammal varieties, 28 species of amphibians and reptiles, 33 kinds of insects, 59 migratory birds, 77 native birds, 44 fish species and 74 types of aquatic plants. Photo courtesy: AFP









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