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Native asses inhabit grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau

2019-09-27 11:12:00Ecns.cn


Equus kiangs, the largest of the wild asses and native to the Tibetan Plateau, are seen on a grassland in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Northwest China’s Qinghai Province in early autumn. The species inhabit an area at 3,600-5,400 meters above sea level and are under first-class animal protection in China. [Photo/China News Service]


Equus kiangs, the largest of the wild asses and native to the Tibetan Plateau, are seen on a grassland in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Northwest China’s Qinghai Province in early autumn. The species inhabit an area at 3,600-5,400 meters above sea level and are under first-class animal protection in China. [Photo/China News Service]


Equus kiangs, the largest of the wild asses and native to the Tibetan Plateau, are seen on a grassland in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Northwest China’s Qinghai Province in early autumn. The species inhabit an area at 3,600-5,400 meters above sea level and are under first-class animal protection in China. [Photo/China News Service]


Equus kiangs, the largest of the wild asses and native to the Tibetan Plateau, are seen on a grassland in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Northwest China’s Qinghai Province in early autumn. The species inhabit an area at 3,600-5,400 meters above sea level and are under first-class animal protection in China. [Photo/China News Service]

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