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Hoh Xil, China's highest altitude nature reserve, is likely to be overrun by livestock in 10 years, Chinese scientists warned Tuesday.
Photographer 'sorry' for faking Tibetan antelope picture
An award-winning photographer and activist in Tibetan antelope protection has apologized to the public for a picture he faked showing more than 20 of the fiddle-footed animals roaming peacefully under a railway bridge where a train was roaring past.
Permanent monitoring station to safeguard Tibetan antelopes
China plans to build a permanent monitoring station to watch Tibetan antelopes in a northwestern highland, to safeguard the breeding of the endangered species.
· Scientists Embark on Inspection Mission to Hol Xil Again
· Further Environment Monitoring Urged for Qinghai-Tibet Railway
· China Starts Mapping Its Largest Area of Uninhabited Land
· 'Roof of the World' Threatened by Deteriorating Environment
· Tibetan Antelopes Under New Threat
· Tours Deep into Hoh Xil Unauthorized
· Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: Laboratory for Mountain Sickness Research
· Protecting the Source of the Yangtze
· 100 Volunteers to Join Environmental Protection Activities
· Home to Tibetan Antelope Invites Professional Volunteers
· Grass-roots Conservationists Guard Sacred Tibetan Lands
· Love, Struggle, Death of Tibetan Antelope
· Sounan Dajie Nature Conservation Station
· Senior Citizens' Bicycle Ride Highlights Wildlife Protection
· Discovering the Tibetan Antelope
· Hunters Without Guns
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* History of Distribution
* Data on Biology
* Threats and Reasons for Decline
· Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China
· Law of the People's Republic of China on the Protection of Wildlife
· State Environmental Protection Bureau
· Department of Wildlife Conservation, State Forestry Administration of China
· Friends of Nature
· Greener Beijing Institute
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