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Many rare animal species live along with Tibetan antelopes
A recent investigation shows that these animals living harmoniously together have formed a symbiotic relationship with each other.
“For any single animal species, they can not survive in a particular environment without living together with other animals.
This is the result of nature selection and the rule has governed the evolution of animals for thousands of years,” said Liu Wulin, former director of the Forestry Investigation and Planning Research Institute in the Tibet Autonomous region.
Liu said that in the Tibetan antelopes’ habitats, there also live wolf, lynx, brown bear, and snow leopard, which are enemies of the Tibetan antelope, and wild yak [see also here], Tibetan wild donkey, Tibetan gazelle, and Tibetan argali, which are Tibetan antelopes’ friends.
U.S. nature expert: Tibet’s biodiversity little known: here.
Insects in Tibet: here.
Snow leopard radio collared: here.
Mountain gazelle in Arabia: here.
Plants flowering later on the Tibetan Plateau: here.
- Tibet’s great alpine basin and its protectors (wantchinatimes.com)