A model for conservation in China? The Tibetan antelope

A model for conservation in China? The Tibetan antelope

Shanghai : China | Aug 28, 2012 at 2:11 PM PDT
Source: Christian Science Monitor
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The Tibetan antelope Since the antelope's population plunged to around 70,000 in the early 1900s, its numbers have stabilized at more than 100,000, according to 2009 field estimates by the Wildlife Conservation Society. Out of all of China's endangered species, the giant panda might be the most recognizable... FULL ARTICLE AT Christian Science Monitor
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