Heaven of endangered wildlife - Hoh Xil Nature Reserve
GOV.cn Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Covering an area of 45,000 square kilometers and at an average altitude of 4,500 meters above sea level, the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in the hinterland of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is home to dozens of endangered species of wildlife including the wild yaks, Tibetan wild donkeys and Tibetan antelopes. China has taken various measures to protect the natural environment and the wildlife in the reserve.


A Tibetan wild donkey enjoys its time in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province on June 18,2006. [Xinhua Photo]


Two little Tibetan antelopes share a moment with Sonam, a keeper, in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province in this file photo taken on March 20,2006. [Xinhua Photo]


A goa enjoys its time near a river in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province in this file photo taken on March 20,2006. [Xinhua Photo]


Two Tibetan antelopes eat grass in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province in this file photo taken on July 15,2005. [Xinhua Photo]


Photo taken on March 20, 2006 shows two Tibetan antelopes hang around in the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province. [Xinhua Photo]


Photo taken on June 7, 2006 shows a conservation station of the Hoh Xil Nature Reserve in northwest China's Qinghai Province. [Xinhua Photo]

 
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Editor: Du Jing
Source: Xinhua