On the highest plateau in the world, Qinghai Hoh Xil, Northwest China, a wildlife rescue center has entered its 20th year. One of the center’s missions is to rescue lost Tibetan antelope calves.
In July, patrollers rescued 11 Tibetan antelope cubs, which are five-month-old now.
Tibetan antelope is China's first-class protected animal that can be found on alpine steppes, meadows and alpine deserts between about 3,700 to 5,500 meters elevation.
(Compiled by Yang Jiaqi, edited by Song Siqi)