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Tibetan antelopes wander without fear of hunters
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No cases of people hunting Tibetan antelopes in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in Qinghai province was reported last year.


The reserve's administrative bureau said it carried out 29 anti-hunting drives last year, which had a big effect on efforts to suppress illegal hunting and to protect the rare Tibetan antelopes. The bureau said the antelope population had increased by 60,000 as a result.


(www.qhnews.com January 21, 2008)




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