Some Fauna of China
Rare black crested gibbons Nomascus concolor in the tropical jungles of southwestern Yunnan; Himalayan tahrs Hemitragus jemlahicus, beardless wild goats on the wooded slopes of that range; 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; Eastern black crested gibbons Nomascus nasutus, critically edangered anthropoids in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region; red foxes Vulpes vulpes, shared with lands as distant as Britain and the USA but particularly crafty in Chinese folklore; iconic giant pandas Ailuropoda melanoleuca, not closely related to the true or "red" pandas and surviving, with help, in the bamboo forests of Szechwan; Malayan sun bears Helarctos malayanus, smallest of the bears, in the tropical forests of Yunnan province; a number of races of argali Ovis ammon, including Marco Polo sheep (Pamir argali), roaming in the mountainous terrain of Tibet and northwestern China; wild dogs Cuon alpinus, also called dholes, rare but surviving in southeastern Tibet and possibly other areas; and swollen-necked goitred gazelles gazella subgutturosa, among which only rams have horns, surviving on the steppes of the west, are some of the wild creatures of this country.
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