Some Natural History of China
Pygmy slow lorises; Tibetan wild asses (kiangs or Asiatic wild asses); extremely rare Hainan black-crested gibbons in Hainan's Bawangling National Nature Reserve; takins; white-headed langurs; Pere David's deer, reintroduced from European deer parks such as Woburn Abbey; northern pig-tailed macaques in Yunnan; Gansu red deer; endangered Mongolian wild asses; a few Amur tigers (Siberian tigers) near the border with Russia; Bengal slow lorises; golden snub-nosed monkeys; Thorold's deer; Sichuan sika deer; grey snub-nosed monkeys; Przewalski's gazelles; Tibetan gazelles; Eurasian wolves in the wild areas of western China; Chinese water deer; Siberian musk deer; rhesus monkeys; hairy-fronted muntjac deer; Tibetan macaques; goitred gazelles; and Yarkand deer, are among the many wild animals of this huge land.
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