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10.28 Wildlife protection in Chinas Tibet1

TIBET, October 27, Xinhua - The wildlife population in Ali Prefecture has grown as China makes increasing efforts to curb illegal hunting in the country's natural reserves. Ali Prefecture, which is among the most remote areas in Tibet Autonomous Region, is home to 19 rare and endangered species including the Tibetan antelope and the snow leopard.

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NAIROBI, Oct. 21, Xinhua - Director of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) William K. Kiprono said on Tuesday countries of concern should work together as a team to protect wildlife, as the illegal wildlife trade has become an elaborate chain in terms of crime.

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KUNMING, Oct. 20, Xinhua - Police in southwest China's Yunnan Province announced on Sunday they would offer rewards for tips in an elephant poaching case.

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GUANGZHOU, Oct. 20, Xinhua - Police authorities in south China's Guangdong Province disposed of some 60,000 wild bird bodies on Monday, after launching a crackdown on illegal wildlife trading last month.

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RIYADH, Oct. 18, Xinhua - Saudi Arabia said on Saturday it foiled an attempt to smuggle 588 pieces of elephant tusks from Africa to Asia, Saudi News Agency reported.

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