Tibetan antelopes migrate along Qinghai-Tibet railway
GOV.cn Sunday, June 4, 2006


Tibetan antelopes migrate along the Qinghai-Tibet railway in northwest China's Qinghai Province, May 22, 2006. In order to reduce the negative impact of the railway construction on the lives of wild animals, special passageways were built for wild animals to cross the railway. Now Tibetan antelopes have adapted to the existence of the railway and more than 300 antelopes crossed the railway from the middle of May this year. [Xinhua Photo]


Tibetan antelopes feed near the Qinghai-Tibet railway in northwest China's Qinghai Province, May 22, 2006. [Xinhua Photo]


A Tibetan antelope feeds near the Qinghai-Tibet railway in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, May 18, 2006. [Xinhua Photo]


A Tibetan antelope looks at the Qinghai-Tibet railway in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, May 18, 2006. [Xinhua Photo]

Editor: Ling Zhu
Source: Xinhua