Wildlife conservation in Tibet

17:06, June 20, 2011      

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A wild Tibetan donkey is seen at the Qiangtang Wildlife Conservation Park in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, June 14, 2011. In 1988, the Tibet Autonomous Region government drew up a series of measures to protect its wild animals, following the promulgation of the "Law on Wild Animal Protection". Ever since, governments at all levels in Tibet have worked hard to protect wildlife, by means of making laws and regulations, establishing nature reserves, prohibiting hunting in certain areas or in a certain period of the year, while launching publicity campaigns to popularize knowledge on wildlife protection among the general public. (Xinhua/Xiong Hongming)

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