Jilin Province is a significant center of forestry in China. The forest coverage rate of the whole province is as high as 42.5%. 89 mineral resources have been identified, among which 11 of them, such as oil shale, diatomite, tabular spar, cinder and so on have the largest reserve in China, and 41 of them including molybdenum, germanium and nickel rank the top ten in the country. One of the eight main pastoral areas in China, Jilin Province has a rich resource of grasslands. Widely and vastly distributed, the wetland in Jilin Province has varied types and enjoys a rich variety of bio-species. Jilin is situated in the upper and middle reaches of the main rivers in northeast China. The biological population in Jilin Province is healthy and diverse.