Some Fauna of China
Snow leopards Uncia uncia in the wild mountains of Tibet and nortwestern China, where they prey on animals such as argalis and marmots; arboreal clouded leopards Neofelis nebulosa, named for their marbled fur, just surviving in the forest remnants of southern China; 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); 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; Eurasian elk (moose) Alces alces, huge deer among which the males have enormously broad antlers, in the forests bordering Russia; Yarkand jerboas Euchoreutes naso, kangaroo-like rodents with proportionally enormous ears, living and hibernating in communal burrows on the steppes of northwestern China; Eastern hoolock gibbons Hoolock leuconedys in the tropical forests of Yunnan near Myanmar (Burma); gaurs Bos gaurus, largest of the wild oxen, in the tropical forests of Yunnan; critically endangered white-headed langurs Trachypithecus poliocephalus, a species of lutung found in Guangxi; and Eastern black crested gibbons Nomascus nasutus, critically edangered anthropoids in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, are some of the wild creatures of this country.
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