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A Survey about Distributing Situation and Migrated Rule of Chiru, Pantholops hodgsoni
Author of the article:ZHOU Yong-wu1,2, GUO Hai-tao2, FANG Yan2
Author's Workplace:(1.Wildlife and Botany Forensic Laboratory of National Forestry Bureau, Nanjing 210046; 2. Nanjing Forest Police College)
Key Words:Pantholops hodgsoni; distributing area; migrated rule
Abstract:From July to August in 2003, distributing area and habitat of chiru was surveyed and the migrated action of Tibetan antelope in our country was summarized. A conclusion of migrated rule was drawn: migration of female Tibetan antelopes circled the Kunlun Mountains. The female, chiru distributed in southern Kunlun Mountains bore the young in north from summer to early autumn, and copulated and inhabited in south in other seasons. Thus there were two migrations between two sites. The migration of the female chiru distributed in northern Kunlun Mountains was contrary to former. In the paper, the impact of human active on chiru habitat was discussed. This paper considered that prohibiting consumption of shathoosh goods and whole human activities in chiru habitats were effectual measures for chiru conservation.
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