Some Natural History of China
Tibetan wild asses (kiangs or Asiatic wild asses); white-headed langurs; increasing numbers of Asian elephants in the jungles of southern Yunnan; leopard cats; Bengal tigers in Tibet's Medog Nature Reserve; north China leopards; capped langurs; reintroduced Przewalski's horses on the steppes the northwest; jungle cats; Sichuan deer (a kind of red deer); Tibetan wolves on the Tibetan plateau; spotted seals; fishing cats; Elk (Eurasian moose) in the mountains of the northeast; Przewalski's gazelles; Tibetan macaques; Reeve's muntjac deer; Ela's deer on Hainan; very rare wolverines in the north; stump-tailed macaques; Asian wild cats; Indochinese leopards in southern China; tufted deer; Tibetan red deer; and Anhui musk deer, are among the many wild animals of this huge land.
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