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Antelope population growing but new challenges emerge
The number of Tibetan antelopes has almost reached 300,000 up until 2019, a great leap from merely 20,000 in the 1980s as the result of rampant poaching to make the luxurious shahtoosh from their wool. Now, the killing is long gone, but the species face new threats.
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Antelope population growing but new challenges emerge
The number of Tibetan antelopes has almost reached 300,000 up until 2019, a great leap from merely 20,000 in the 1980s as the result of rampant poaching to make the luxurious shahtoosh from their wool. Now, the killing is long gone, but the species face new threats.
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