Discover Tibet: The first large-scale zoo

By Palden Nyima and Daqiong in Lhasa | | Updated: 2022-05-23 06:45
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The Chushul Zoo of Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region, is the region's first large-scale zoo. Since its opening in 2018, it has been offering sightseeing, popular science education and plateau animal protection.

What kind of animals are in the zoo? How do some of the animals from the plain areas survive in a high-altitude region? How are animals cared for? And how does the zoo help rescue injured wild animals? Follow China Daily reporter Palden Nyima to find out.

Reporter: Palden Nyima

Video editor: Palden Nyima

Script: Palden Nyima and Jiang Wei

Proofread: Liu Ming

Coordinator: Li Jing

Supervisors: Shan Juan and Wang Jianfen

Producer: Zhang Chunyan

Special thanks to Zhao Shiyue and Xing Zhonghao

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