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Tibet sees rising populations of protected animal species

2021-06-07 14:27:00Xinhua

Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region saw growing populations of protected animal species last year, said the regional ecology and environment department on Thursday.

The population of Tibetan antelopes rose to approximately 300,000 in Tibet in 2020, according to a report on the region's ecological and environmental status in 2020.

The number of Tibetan wild donkeys, wild yaks and black-necked cranes respectively increased to approximately 90,000, 10,000 and 8,000.

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