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7 tourists fined for auto racing with antelopes
    2017-October-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SEVEN tourists were fined a total of 105,000 yuan (US$16,000) for auto racing with Tibetan antelopes in a national reserve in southwestern China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.

The regional forestry authority said Monday that the tourists in two off-road vehicles left the designated travel route and chased a herd of Tibetan antelopes in Serling Co National Nature Reserve in Nagqu Prefecture during the National Day holiday last week.

Forestry wardens seized their video footage, which recorded over one minute of the chase. The tourists involved said they had wanted to get a closer look at the antelope.

Zhaxi Doje, an official with the Tibet Forestry Bureau, said frightened Tibetan antelope running at their top speed can suffer from heart and lung failure.

Although forest wardens patrolled over 300 square km after the incident to examine the antelope group and found no evidence of harm to the animals, the tourists were fined 105,000 yuan in total for “disturbing rare wildlife’s living and breeding.”

(Xinhua)

 

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