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    “Nine-color Shambala” in NW China 2018-09-05 | From:China Tibet Online

    Reputed as “Nine-color Shambala”, Gaxiu village is located in Luqu County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in northwest China’s Gansu province.

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    Wildlife reserves launch effort to curtail threats 2018-08-31 | From:China Daily

    Four national-level nature reserves have launched their annual campaign against poaching, illegal tree cutting and other banned activities in an ongoing effort to protect natural resources and biodiversity.

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    Diverse animals at the source of Yellow River 2018-08-24 | From:China Tibet Online

    In recent years, Madoi County in northwest China's Qinghai Province has continued to improve its ecological protection level.

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    Kiang on the Changtang grassland 2018-08-13 | From:China Tibet Online

    Kiang is a hoof species unique to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and mainly inhabits the extremely cold grassy knolls and pasture areas of the plateau.

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    Hoh Xil sets up Tibetan antelope migration escort team 2018-08-13 | From:Xinhua

    A 40-member escort team has been initiated to protect Tibetan antelopes during their annual migration in northwest China's Hoh Xil nature reserve.

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    Herders on the frontline in protecting snow leopard 2018-08-10 | From:Xinhua

    Sanjiangyuan, the source of China's major rivers, is a major habitat for the snow leopard, a Class-A protected animal in the country. Its population in the area is estimated to exceed 1,000.

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    The guardians of the Ruo’ergai Meadows 2018-07-31 | From:China Tibet Online

    The number one branch of the Jiuqu Yellow River, is part of Ruo’ergai County in Aba Tibetan Automonous Prefecture,China’s southwest Sichuan province and it is located in the junction of Sichuan, Qinghai, and Gansu Provinces.

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    Tibet’s nature reserve reaches 410 thousand sqkm 2018-07-26 | From:China Tibet Online

    On July 19th, Tibet held an informational press conference to explain the White Paper titled “Ecological Progress on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau,” which was released by the State Council Information Office on the 18th.