"Hong Kong, a city of 7.2 million people, is home to more skyscrapers than anywhere else on the planet. But the former British colony also has a wild side. Most of Hong Kong is not an urban jungle, but rather a real one, teeming with wildlife. As many as 1,000-odd feral bovines — mostly cattle, but also water buffaloes — reside in #HongKong, which is roughly the size of Luxembourg. While some of the animals make their homes deep inside the country parks, others live near people, occasionally raiding gardens and blocking traffic. @lamyikfei had a brush with wildlife while on #nytassignment in Hong Kong. #🐮" By nytimes on Instagram.
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