Some Fauna of China
Red foxes Vulpes vulpes, shared with lands as distant as Britain and the USA but particularly crafty in Chinese folklore; several races of small muntjak deer Muntiacus muntjak, among which females are without antlers and males have small but dangerous tusks; a number of races of argali Ovis ammon, including Marco Polo sheep (Pamir argali), roaming in the mountainous terrain of Tibet and northwestern China; Nepal gray langurs Semnopithecus schistaceus, true langurs of the Himalayas; Asiatic elephants Elephas maximus in the diminished forests of Yunnan, where they survive because they are fed by humans (it is better than no elephants at all); omnivorous Siberian chipmunks Eutamias sibiricus, in appearance superficially similar to their more famous American cousins and sharing the habit of carrying food in cheek pouches; Hainan black-crested gibbons Nomascus hainanus, anthropoid apes found only in the Bawangling National Nature Reserve on the island of Hainan; various species of macaque including the rhesus monkey macaca mulatta; Malayan sun bears Helarctos malayanus, smallest of the bears, in the tropical forests of Yunnan province; and Przewalski's horse (Mongolian wild horse) Equus przewalski, similar to those represented in prehistoric French cave paintings and reintroduced to the steppes of northwestern China from captive European populations such as the one at Woburn Abbey, are some of the wild creatures of this country.
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