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  • チベットアンテロープ 超高級ショールを違法販売
    1998年12月08日
    チベットアンテロープ 超高級ショールを違法販売

    ショールづくりの乱獲のために絶滅が心配されているチベットアンテロープ(チールー)(インド野生生物保護協会提供)

    商品コード: 1998120800011

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    2001年07月09日
    密輸されたショール 希少動物の毛織り製品密輸

    希少動物チベットアンテロープの毛で作られたショール=9日、警視庁

    商品コード: 2001070900060

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801101

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801178

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801062

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801196

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801098

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801188

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801127

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801189

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801210

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801033

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801167

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120705763

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801206

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120705735

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120800759

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120800743

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801197

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120800974

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801053

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801157

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801208

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801158

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120800747

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801205

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801195

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801172

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801213

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801081

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801151

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

    September 4, 2006, BEIJING, CHINA: China‘s mascots, called FUWAs - or the Friendlies, all play the various events for the the 2008 Summer Olympics to be held in Beijing. Like the Five Olympic Rings from which they draw their color and inspiration, Fuwa will serve as the Official Mascots of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, carrying a message of friendship and peace -- and blessings from China -- to children all over the world. Designed to express the playful qualities of five little children who form an intimate circle of friends, Fuwa also embody the natural characteristics of four of China‘s most popular animals -- the Fish, the Panda, the Tibetan Antelope, the Swallow--and the Olympic Flame. (Credit Image: © Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Stephen Shaver/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120801203

  •  2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS
    2009年12月04日
    2008 OLYMPIC MASCOTS

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    商品コード: 2021120801169

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    2021年10月12日
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    商品コード: 2021101307793

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    2021年10月12日
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    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A baby Tibetan antelope is fed with milk at a wildlife rescue center of Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, Dec. 6, 2020. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and taking care of b.....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307858

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2021年10月12日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Dec. 7, 2020 shows a baby Tibetan antelope at a wildlife rescue center of Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and taking care o.....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307964

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2021年10月12日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Baby Tibetan antelopes are seen at Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, Sept. 28, 2021. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and taking care of baby Tibetan antelopes. (Xinhua/Xue .....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307812

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2021年10月12日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Patroller Deng Haiping of Sonam Dargye Protection Station feeds baby Tibetan antelopes with milk in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, Dec. 6, 2020. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and taking care of baby Tib.....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307932

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2021年10月12日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Zhao Xinlu, director of the Sonam Dargye Protection Station, feeds a baby Tibetan antelope with milk at a wildlife rescue center of Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, Dec. 7, 2020. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil .....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307783

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2021年10月12日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-HOH XIL-WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (211012) -- HOH XIL, Oct. 12, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A patroller follows a baby Tibetan antelope at Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, Sept. 28, 2021. The Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve is home to various wild animals. In 2002, the Sonam Dargye Protection Station in Hoh Xil founded a wildlife rescue center in an effort to strengthen the protection of wild animals. Since its foundation, the center has saved, fed and medically treated more than 600 wild animals including over 50 Tibetan antelopes. Tibetan antelopes are mostly found in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The species is under first-class state protection in China. Working as “babysitters“ at an altitude of over 4,400 meters, patrollers of Hoh Xil shoulder the responsibility of rescuing and taking care of baby Tibetan antelopes. .....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021101307785

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-CHANGTANG PLATEAU-LAKES (CN)
    2021年11月19日
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    (211119) -- LHASA, Nov. 19, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 23, 2021 shows Tibet antelope by a lake on the Changtang Plateau, in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Changtang Plateau, as a key area of inland lakes in China, has a total lake area of over 25,000 square kilometers. It is also known by people for the number and high altitude of lakes. According to statistical data, there are nearly 500 lakes with an area of over one square kilometers and more than 300 lakes with an area of over five square kilometers. Some famous lakes on the plateau include Nam Co Lake, Serling Tso Lake and Zhari Namco Lake, to name a few. (Xinhua/Sun Ruibo)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112303079

  •  Herds of nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes appear in China‘s Tibet
    01:26.16
    2022年03月31日
    Herds of nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes appear in China‘s Tibet

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    商品コード: 2022040702037

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on March 27, 2022 shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Penba/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202669

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on March 27, 2022 shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Penba/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202658

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Snapshot taken from a video shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region, March 27, 2022. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Sonam Rinqen/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202668

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on March 27, 2022 shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Sonam Rinqen/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202683

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on March 27, 2022 shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Penba/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202667

  •  CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2022年03月31日
    CHINA-TIBET-GERZE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (220331) -- GERZE, March 31, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on March 27, 2022 shows a number of Tibetan antelopes in Gerze County of Ali Prefecture, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Nearly 10,000 Tibetan antelopes gathered in Gerze County, a rare occurrence believed to be related to the improvement of the biodiversity and protection endeavors. (Photo by Sonam Rinqen/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年3月31日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022041202681

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows male Tibetan antelopes on alert at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Jin Meiduoji)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows a female Tibetan antelope taking care of its baby at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows a female Tibetan antelope taking care of its baby at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
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    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows male Tibetan antelopes on alert at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Jin Meiduoji)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

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  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows female Tibetan antelopes grazing while a male Tibetan antelope is on alert at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600078

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows a newborn baby Tibetan antelope at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600064

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Jin Meiduoji)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600066

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows male Tibetan antelopes on alert at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Jin Meiduoji)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600088

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows male Tibetan antelopes on alert at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600071

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows a newborn baby Tibetan antelope at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Zhou Dixiao)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600059

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)
    2022年07月16日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG NATURE RESERVE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES-BREEDING (CN)

    (220715) -- LHASA, July 15, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 11, 2022 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Every summer, pregnant Tibetan antelopes escorted by male ones migrate to the nature reserve to give birth, then return to their habitats with their offspring. The population of Tibetan antelopes in the region has surged from 50,000 to more than 300,000 over the past decades. Last year, China downgraded the status of Tibetan antelopes from “endangered“ to “near threatened,“ owing to proactive anti-poaching and biodiversity protection efforts. (Xinhua/Sun Fei)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年7月16日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022071600062

  •  CHINA-SICHUAN-ABA-RUOERGAI WETLAND (CN)
    2022年11月03日
    CHINA-SICHUAN-ABA-RUOERGAI WETLAND (CN)

    (221103) -- ABA, Nov. 3, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A herd of Tibetan antelope roam in the Ruoergai Wetland National Nature Reserve in Ruoergai County of Aba Tibetan-Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China‘s Sichuan Province, Oct. 24, 2020. The Ruoergai Wetland National Nature Reserve is established to protect local peat swamp ecosystem and rare species such as the black-necked crane. Noted for vast grassland dotted with winding rivers, lakes and swamps, this nature reserve became one at the national level in 1998, and was designated as a wetland of international importance in 2008. The ecological environment of protected areas witnessed an continuous improvement in recent years as the local government implemented substantial measures in ecological protection while improving local people‘s livelihood. (Photo by Wang Jichuan/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2022(令和4)年11月3日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022110408298

  •  XINHUA-PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2022-CHINA NEWS
    2023年01月10日
    XINHUA-PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2022-CHINA NEWS

    (230109) -- BEIJING, Jan. 9, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan antelopes are seen in Tsonyi County of Nagqu City, southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region, July 17, 2022. With an average altitude of more than 5,000 meters above sea level, Tsonyi County is home to numerous wild animals and plants, as it is dotted with lakes, boundless grasslands and snow-capped mountains and glaciers. (Xinhua/Jigme Dorje)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年1月10日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023011000317

  •  Xinhua Headlines: “Water tower“ witnesses China‘s decades-long ecological efforts
    2023年02月01日
    Xinhua Headlines: “Water tower“ witnesses China‘s decades-long ecological efforts

    (230201) -- XINING, Feb. 1, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on April 20, 2021 shows Tibetan antelopes in the Sanjiangyuan area in northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. TO GO WITH: Xinhua Headlines: “Water tower“ witnesses China‘s decades-long ecological efforts (Xinhua/Wu Gang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年2月1日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023020110474

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)
    2023年04月20日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)

    (230420) -- LHASA, April 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on April 17, 2023 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in the northern part of southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Dubbed the “paradise of wild animals,“ Qiangtang National Nature Reserve is home to 10 species of wild animals under first-class state protection and 21 species under second-class state protection. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年4月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023042014222

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)
    2023年04月20日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)

    (230420) -- LHASA, April 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on April 17, 2023 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in the northern part of southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Dubbed the “paradise of wild animals,“ Qiangtang National Nature Reserve is home to 10 species of wild animals under first-class state protection and 21 species under second-class state protection. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年4月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023042014240

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)
    2023年04月20日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)

    (230420) -- LHASA, April 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on April 17, 2023 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in the northern part of southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Dubbed the “paradise of wild animals,“ Qiangtang National Nature Reserve is home to 10 species of wild animals under first-class state protection and 21 species under second-class state protection. (Xinhua/Guan Minghui)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年4月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023042014227

  •  (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)
    2023年04月20日
    (InTibet)CHINA-TIBET-QIANGTANG-NATURE RESERVE-WILD ANIMALS (CN)

    (230420) -- LHASA, April 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on April 18, 2023 shows Tibetan antelopes at the Qiangtang National Nature Reserve in the northern part of southwest China‘s Tibet Autonomous Region. Dubbed the “paradise of wild animals,“ Qiangtang National Nature Reserve is home to 10 species of wild animals under first-class state protection and 21 species under second-class state protection. (Xinhua/Jiang Fan)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年4月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023042014223

  •  CHINA-XINJIANG-ALTUN MOUNTAINS-WILDLIFE-LANDSCAPE (CN)
    2023年05月26日
    CHINA-XINJIANG-ALTUN MOUNTAINS-WILDLIFE-LANDSCAPE (CN)

    (230526) -- RUOQIANG, May 26, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on May 23, 2023 shows Tibetan antelopes at Altun Mountains National Nature Reserve in northwest China‘s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月26日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023052612930

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013492

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- A Tibetan antelope is seen in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013506

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Xue Yubin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013481

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013482

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013486

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes head for the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013500

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013502

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013490

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013498

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in snow in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 25, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013504

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes prepare to move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Xue Yubin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013476

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes head for the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Xue Yubin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013480

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- A Tibetan antelope is seen in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013484

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes are seen in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Photo by Pan Binbin/Xinhua)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013496

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Pregnant Tibetan antelopes move across the Qinghai-Tibet highway in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 28, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013489

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年05月30日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230530) -- HOH XIL, May 30, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan antelopes are seen in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, May 29, 2023. A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China‘s Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve‘s management bureau. Every year, tens of thousands of pregnant Tibetan antelopes start their migration to Hoh Xil in around May to give birth and leave with their offspring in late July. Under the first-class state protection in China, the once-endangered species is mostly found in Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province, and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Their population has increased over the past three decades thanks to the ban on illegal hunting and other measures implemented to improve its habitat. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年5月30日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023053013488

  •  A visit to Tibetan antelopes‘ rescue center in China‘s Hoh Xil
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    2023年06月01日
    A visit to Tibetan antelopes‘ rescue center in China‘s Hoh Xil

    STORY: A visit to Tibetan antelopes‘ rescue center in China‘s Hoh XilDATELINE: June 1, 2023LENGTH: 00:01:52LOCATION: HOH XIL, ChinaCATEGORY: ENVIRONMENTSHOTLIST:1. STANDUP 1 (English): WANG JINJIN, Xinhua correspondent2. various of Tibetan antelopes3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese): TSEWEN DORJE, Patroller of Sonam Dargye protection station4. various of Tibetan antelopes5. STANDUP 2 (English): WANG JINJIN, Xinhua correspondentSTORYLINE:STANDUP 1 (English): WANG JINJIN, Xinhua correspondent“This year‘s annual migration of Tibetan antelopes is underway. Today we are visiting a ‘kindergarten‘ of baby Tibetan antelopes in Hoh Xil, northwestern China‘s Qinghai Province.“Hoh Xil is a world heritage site sitting at an average altitude of over 4,600 meters in the hinterland of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.It‘s an ideal habitat for Tibetan antelopes...= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月1日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023110512287

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This aerial photo taken on June 17, 2023 shows scenery near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Pan Binbin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014618

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan antelopes are seen near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, June 18, 2023. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014622

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- A wild yak is seen near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, June 18, 2023. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014625

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This photo taken on June 17, 2023 shows the starry sky near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Pan Binbin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014616

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan antelopes are seen near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, June 17, 2023. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014619

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Tibetan antelopes are seen near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, June 17, 2023. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014636

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This aerial photo taken on June 17, 2023 shows the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014620

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- Wild yaks are seen near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province, June 18, 2023. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Pan Binbin)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014614

  •  CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)
    2023年06月20日
    CHINA-QINGHAI-ZONAG LAKE-TIBETAN ANTELOPES (CN)

    (230620) -- GOLMUD, June 20, 2023 (Xinhua) -- This aerial photo taken on June 17, 2023 shows the snow mountain near the Zonag Lake in Hoh Xil, northwest China‘s Qinghai Province. The Zonag Lake region in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve boasts splendid views of snow mountains, lakes and grasslands. The region also serves as a vital birthing ground for pregnant Tibetan antelopes who arrive between May and July to deliver their offspring. (Xinhua/Zhang Hongxiang)= 配信日: 2023(令和5)年6月20日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2023062014624

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