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Black-necked cranes seen in Tibet, China

Updated: Jan 3,2018 1:23 PM     Xinhua

Black-necked cranes are seen in Linzhou county of Lhasa city, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018. Tibet has become the world’s largest winter habitat for critically endangered black-necked cranes. It is currently temporary home to over 8,000 black-necked cranes, around 80 percent of the world’s total population.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen in a nature reserve in Linzhou county of Lhasa city, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen in a nature reserve in Linzhou county of Lhasa city, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen in a nature reserve in Linzhou county of Lhasa city, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

Black-necked cranes are seen in a nature reserve in Linzhou county of Lhasa city, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Jan 1, 2018.[Photo/Xinhua]

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