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Tibetan antelopes in Qiangtang National Nature Reserve
update:July 20,2022
LHASA, July 16 -- Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes are accompanied by the males to give birth in the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The herd will then return to their natural habitat with the newborns. The Tibetan antelope population in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Thanks to proactive efforts to stop poaching and protect biodiversity, China has downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from "endangered" to "near threatened" in 2021.

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