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Wildlife paradise: Changtang National Nature Reserve in China’s Tibet

Updated: Sep 21,2017 9:41 AM     Xinhua

A ruddy shelduck and a flock of barhead geese fly over a wetland in Nyima county, Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Sept 19, 2017. Changtang National Nature Reserve is a wildlife paradise and home to a variety of wildlife species such as Tibetan antelopes, wild yaks, Tibetan wild donkeys and black-necked cranes. [Photo/Xinhua]

Two Tibetan wild donkeys gallop on a pasture in Nyima county, Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Sept 19, 2017.[Photo/Xinhua]

Tibetan antelopes gallop on a pasture in Nyima county, Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Sept 19, 2017.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen on a wetland in Nyima county, Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Sept 19, 2017.[Photo/Xinhua]

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