Some Natural History of China
Endangered northern white-cheeked gibbons in Yunnan; common muntjac deer; Indochinese leopards in southern China; a few Indochinese tigers in Yunnan; very rare wolverines in the north; Amur leopards near the Russian border; Pere David's deer, reintroduced from European deer parks such as Woburn Abbey; Formosan sika deer (in Taiwan); Thorold's deer; Tibetan wolves on the Tibetan plateau; tufted deer; Tibetan wild asses (kiangs or Asiatic wild asses); endangered Indonesian hog deer; Eurasian wolves in the wild areas of western China; Asian wild cats; a few Amur tigers (Siberian tigers) near the border with Russia; Altai wapiti; Phayre's leaf monkeys; increasing numbers of Asian elephants in the jungles of southern Yunnan; Manchurian wapiti; lesser mouse deer; Przewalski's gazelles; Oriental small-clawed otters; Yarkand deer; and possibly a few South China Tigers in the mountains of the south (there are plans to reintroduce them to special nature reserves), are among the many wild animals of this huge land.
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