“When I was taking picture of Tibetan antelopes in Hol Xil, a strange light and shadow appeared in the sky, but it only lasted a few seconds, and then it turned white.” Yu Wuling, a photographer who photographed wild animals in Hol Xil, said that he captured the strange light and shadow with his camera on December 23.
Hol Xil in the Mongolian language means “beautiful girl”. It is located in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in southwestern Qinghai and covers an area of 45,000 square kilometers. It is currently the largest uninhabited area in China, and home to lots of rare wild animals and plants. It is also the first national nature reserve established to protect the rare and endangered wild Tibetan antelope and one of 11 key areas for biodiversity conservation in China.
A strange light and shadow and a Tibetan antelope.