Some Fauna of China
Endangered tigers Panthera tigris, including a few Bengal tigers in southern Tibet, Amur tigers (Siberian tigers) near the border with Russia, Indonesian tigers in Yunnan and South China tigers reintroduced from a "rewilding" program in South Africa; wolves Canis lupus, including a Tibetan race, still found in the sparsely populated regions of Tibet and northwestern China; Tibetan wild asses, also called kiangs Equus kiang, roaming the open spaces of the Tibetan plateau, where their coats grow long during the winter; Eurasian wild boars Sus scrofa in the northern forests; Sambar deer Rusa unicolor in the wooded, tropical areas of southern China; a number of species of giant fruit bat, including the Indian flying fox Pteropus giganteus with wingspans up to a staggering five feet, in the tropical forests of southwestern China; Yarkand jerboas Euchoreutes naso, kangaroo-like rodents with proportionally enormous ears, living and hibernating in communal burrows on the steppes of northwestern China; Eurasian elk (moose) Alces alces, huge deer among which the males have enormously broad antlers, in the forests bordering Russia; Chinese alligators Alligator sinensis, once almost extinct in the wild but saved by captive breeding and returned to its (restored) natural habitat; and rare black crested gibbons Nomascus concolor in the tropical jungles of southwestern Yunnan, are some of the wild creatures of this country.
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