China Animation also owns many famous animation IP, including two top 10 national cartoon characters - "Han Ba Gui" and "Violet," as well as characters from movies and animated dramas such as "The King of Tibetan Antelope
," "Project Egg," "Animal Conference on the Environment" and "Amazing UU." China's first virtual artist "Violet" created by the Group has held several 3D Holographic Concerts in Shenzhen and Hong Kong since 2015, and will hold her third concert by the end of 2019.
GHRL nucleotide sequences of different species (goat XM_018038228.1, deer XM_020872598.1, Tibetan antelope
XM_005956675.1, sheep NM_001009721.3, zebu XM_019984068.1 and White Rhinoceros XM_004443598.2) were downloaded from NCBI using MEGA7 for comparison analysis.
About 5 million years ago, the land was high enough to have a cold alpine environment and the woolly rhinoceros, palaeoloxodon, arctic fox, argali, Tibetan antelope
and ancestors of many modern mammals appeared.
In addition to delivering vehicles, GAC Motor also organized ambassadors from the Program to travel deep into the remote Hoh Xil region, a World Heritage site located in the northwest of Qinghai Province and home to the endangered Tibetan antelope
, where they conducted a general survey of the ecological and geological environment.
Symbols abound, such as the chiru or Tibetan antelope
, killed for its hair that is then woven into the infamous Shahtoosh shawls.
Shahtoosh is known for its lightness and warmth but is now listed among banned items - since the Tibetan Antelope
from which the fibres come is an endangered species.
I don't like erasing all my movies." Shahtoosh "I always take a very comfortable shawl, a shahtoosh (hers is a cashmere scarf often called by the same name as the version made from Tibetan antelope
The numbers of the Tibetan antelope
have also improved, after protection efforts helped it move from "endangered" to "near threatened." The antelope is targeted by commercial poachers for its valuable underfur, used to make shawls.
Chiru or Tibetan antelope
(Pantholops hodgsonii) are endemic to the Tibetan Plateau, and listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List (IUCN 2008) and Appendix I of CITES (CITES 2000).
Examining the struggle to protect the Tibetan Antelope
in China, Mao Da and Mei Xueqin challenge the official narrative, in which heroic individuals and a receptive government in Beijing secured the preservation of this species.
XyAN (CyHAN)- A protection center for Tibetan antelope
established in the Hoh Xil national nature reserve in 2004 has helped protect over 300 Tibetan antelopes
against poaching, according to the center.