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The red-crowned crane is named after a bright red spot on the top of head. The red-crowned crane has a red top because it lacks something special thing on the top of its head- feathers. To put it simply, it is bald. Due to the presence of a large number of capillaries under the scalp, the top of head looks bright red. In Chinese history, it has been widely accepted as a first-class literary bird. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was endowed with such cultural connotations as loyalty, integrity and nobility. For the robes of officials, red-crowned crane was embroidered on the robe of first-rank civil official. The red-crowned crane was listed as an important symbol second only to dragons and phoenixes dedicated to the royalty, so the crane was also known as “first-class bird”. People also regard crane as a symbol of high-ranking officials.
The legendary crane, also known as the red-crowned crane, is a large wader living in marshes or shallow waters and often called “the God of the Wetland”. It has nothing to do with pine trees growing in high mountains and foothills. But due to the long life span of the red-crowned crane of 50-60 years, they are often painted along with pine trees, as a token of longevity.