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Oil company protects wild animals in Xinjiang nature reserve
2019-01-07 source:Ecns.cn
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Goitered or black-tailed gazelles, a species under state protection, roam in the Kalamaili Nature Reserve in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Local oil companies spent approximately 200 million yuan ($29 million) from 2017 to permanently plug oil and water wells and restore an area of 352,000 square meters amid efforts to protect wild animals in the reserve, which was established in April 1982. (Photo: China News Service/Min Yong)

Goitered or black-tailed gazelles, a species under state protection, roam in the Kalamaili Nature Reserve in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Local oil companies spent approximately 200 million yuan ($29 million) from 2017 to permanently plug oil and water wells and restore an area of 352,000 square meters amid efforts to protect wild animals in the reserve, which was established in April 1982. (Photo: China News Service/Min Yong)