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Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?

Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?
(March 20, 2014)   -   The influence of pasture fences on Tibetan antelopes in Changtang, Tibet.

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A young herdsman looking after his yaks.

 A young herdsman looking after his yaks.
(March 14, 2014)   -   A day together with a yak herdsman on the grasslands of Changtang.

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China Destroys Six Tons of Ivory

(January 07, 2014)   -   WCS congratulates China for sending strong anti-poaching message

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Major poaching arrest in Jilin province of China

(December 15, 2013)   -   WCS congratulates authorities in China’s Jilin Province for the recent arrests of five poachers – the largest ever for the province.

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Saving boars or potatoes?

(December 04, 2013)   -   An ordinary example of human-wildlife conflict.

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Chasing the Intruder

Chasing the Intruder
(December 03, 2013)   -   Chronicle of a wildlife-human conflict in Changtang, Tibet.

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Amur Leopard is back to China

Amur Leopard is back to China
(November 26, 2013)   -   A family of two adults has been seen breeding a cub once again in north-east China.

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