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  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows a part of the Yarlung Tsangpo River near the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng
  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows red deers in a forest of the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng
  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows red deers in a forest of the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng
  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows red deers in a forest of the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng
  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows a red deer in a forest of the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng
  • Photo taken on Jan. 6, 2018 shows a red deer in a forest of the nature reserve in Shannan City of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Man-made sand-break forests of the nature reserve have been expanded from 500 mu (33.3 hectares) in the 1950s to 10,200 mu (680 hectares). The forests are now a winter habitat for animals like red deers, blue sheep and some kinds of birds. Photo by Zhang Rufeng *Photo posted by Miao Hong

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