More than 20,000 Tibetan antelopes give birth in NW China's Xinjiang

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More than 20,000 Tibetan antelopes are giving birth in the Altun Mountains National Nature Reserve in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, showing a good result in wildlife conservation. Tibetan antelope is a special species on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. From late June to mid-July every year, they migrate to other places for giving birth. Surrounded by snow mountains, the Rabbit Lake or the Tuzi Lake in the Altun Mountains National Nature Reserve is a natural delivery place. In recent years, the living environment of wildlife has been improved by technological management, entry and exit control, and other actions.

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