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Population of Tibetan antelope in Ngari, Tibet increases to 60,000

2021-02-02 10:24:00China Tibet Online

Ngari in Tibet Autonomous Region is known as the “paradise” of wild animals, where there are two national nature reserves and four regional-level nature reserves. The population numbers of most protected species in Ngari have increased significantly.

The population of Tibetan antelopes has increased from around 20,000 to around 60,000 currently, and wild yaks have increased from around 10,000 to 20,000. The number of Tibetan wild donkeys has increased from around 15,000 to 40,000. Populations of wild animals such as snow leopards, argali sheep, rock sheep, black-necked cranes, and others have recovered significantly.

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