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Drones monitor migration of 60,000 Tibetan antelopes

Drones monitor migration of 60,000 Tibetan antelopes

Chinese researchers have used drones to monitor the living condition of Tibetan antelopes and have captured the 60,000 population of the species in Nagqu, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. The researchers, from the Shaanxi Institute of Zoology, studied the birth, migration, and ecological habitat environment of the Tibetan antelopes around the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in Tibet Autonomous Region.

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