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QINGHAI, November 15, China Daily -- There are now more than 1,400 Przewalski's gazelle, a species even more endangered than the giant panda, living around a lake in Northwest China's Qinghai province, its only habitat. According to a survey by Qinghai Lake National Nature Reserve, there are 1,464 gazelle living around the lake, about 200 more than the number recorded last year. 

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TIBET, November 4, China Daily -- Wildlife patrolman Janyor and his colleagues have three indispensable pieces of equipment that they are never without while working on the Tibetan plateau - a telescope, a thick winter coat and a motorbike.

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HEBEI, October 25 , China Daily -- Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), are to play a role in monitoring the forests of Shiguai district, according to an Oct 24 Baotou Evening News report.

The district formed a special team consisting of 15 forest rangers from the forestry bureau of Shiguai district. The new team will be given a 30-day training course on the correct procedures for operating drones to monitor the forest. All the team members are required to take exams after finishing the course, and those who pass the exams will be awarded a certificate.

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JILIN, October 12, China daily -- The National Felidae Center in China confirmed on October 9 that the suspected tiger footprint and fur found in the past week (September 23 to 30) in the area of the Zhangjiadian Forestry Farm, managed by Tianqiaoling Forestry Bureau of Jilin province, belong to two adult wild Siberian tigers.

The latest discovery was the eighth time that Siberian tigers have been found in the area since May, 2015.

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BEIJING, October 1, China.org.cn -- China is very much committed to fulfilling all its obligations to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), said Liu Dongsheng, Head of the Chinese delegation to the CITES 17th Conference of Parties, on Monday.

The official was delivering a keynote address at the opening ceremony of an exhibition hosted by the Chinese delegation on the sidelines of the conference, taking place in Johannesburg.

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