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Creatures of the Third Pole -Exhibition of Animals from Qomolangma State Nature Reserve

Keywords: Qomolangma, Animal, Nature

About 50 million years ago, the Indian Ocean plate crashed into the Eurasian plate, and as a result of the collision, theHimalayas, the source of life on the Tibetan Plateau, quickly rose. Qomolangma State Nature Reserve is situated in the middle of the Himalayas, with five mountain peaks, including Mount Qomolangma (8,848.43m above sea level). The Nature Reserve is the highest in the world in terms of altitude, with the highest vertical fall. The Tibetan Plateau is regarded as the Third Pole. Scientists and travelers from around the world are attracted by this unique extra-high mountain ecosystem, abundant alpine biodiversity, great wealth of natural heritage and historical sites as well as unsolved natural mysteries.

Qomolangma State Nature Reserve has the highest elevation (some 7,000m) in the world. Vegetal layers are distinct on the altitudinal gradient, and the same can be said for the diversity of wild animals here. This region has various characteristic Tibetan species as well as rare ones. In protecting and studying biodiversity, Qomolangma State Nature Reserve is thus of vital importance in the world. 

Area: <500㎡
Graded Objects: 136 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 18 May 2016--18 May 2017

Height Limitation: 4 m
Gallery Environment Control:Temperature 24℃, Humidity 40 %
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Number of Staff: 5

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