Ngari: paradise for wild animals

08:45, May 04, 2011      

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Photo taken on May 2, 2011 shows two birds fly in Ngari, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Since the foundation of the Qiangtang national nature reserve, Ngari has been a paradise for wild animals, among which more than 150,000 are protected at national level. (Xinhua/Tao Xiyi)


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