Hoh Xil in China No-Man Land for Wildlife

Hoh Xil means ‘beautiful girl’ in Mongolian. The place is worthy of the name. Hoh Xil is breathtakingly beautiful and serves as the motherland of beautiful wildlife.
The Hoh Xil nature reserve, located on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is home to over 200 animal species. More than 20 of them are state-protected, including the Tibetan antelope. It is China’s largest world natural heritage site, covering an area of 45,000 sq. kilometers (17,400 sq. miles).

UNESCO declared the Hoh Xil nature reserve in China’s Qinghai Province a natural heritage site in a controversial decision challenged by pro-Tibet activists this July, which is a good news.

Only if you were here, could you feel the land. Everything would be different from your real life, which likes a dream.

No Man’s Land— Hoh Xil

No Man’s Land— Hoh Xil, the last intact wilderness of Plateau in the Planet!! Go wandering in this mysterious realm, to meet the Tibetan antelope, to meet Fantasy@China!! #FantasyTravel #wonderplus

Posted by WonderPlus on Monday, August 28, 2017

Tibetan antelope is both cute and rare. you are lucky to meet them.

These beautiful creatures would dance in the snowfield.

The extreme environment here never bothers antelope.

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