White Paper: All kinds of nature reserves account for more than 30% of the countryside of Tibet

Chart: All kinds of nature reserves account for more than 30% of the country of Tibet, the new China has issued (Daxi mapping) Xinhuanet Beijing September 6 (Reporter Cui Jing, Ren Yi) State Council Information Office issued "" White Paper Tibet biological diversity is effectively protected from important ecological functional districts.

At present, Tibet has established 47 natural protected areas at all levels, with a total area of ??412,200 square kilometers, accounting for 34.35% of the country’s land area.

  In addition, Tibet has established 22 ecological functional protected areas (2 national levels), 4 national scenic spots, 9 national forest parks, 10 national wetland parks, 4 geological parks (3 national levels), to make Tibet The 141 countries have focused on protecting wild animals, 38 national focus on protecting wild plants and 196 Tibet-unique animal species, 855 Tibet’s unique plant species and important ecosystems have been effectively protected.

  The number of Tibet large-scale wildlife groups ranks in the country, and the number of Tibetan antelope has risen by 50,000 to 70,000 in 1995 to the current 200,000, and the black-necked crane has risen from 1,000 to 3,000 in 1995 to the current 7000. Only about, the number of rare and endangered wild animal populations such as wild yak, Tibetan wildlife is increased. +1.