Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures make their public appearance in Xining

2020-05-18 03:32:15 GMT2020-05-18 11:32:15(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long) Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)
Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long) Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)
Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long) Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)
Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long) Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows a captive-bred Himalayan vulture at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)
Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows two captive-bred Himalayan vultures at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long) Photo taken on May 17, 2020 shows two captive-bred Himalayan vultures at the Xining Wildlife Park in Xining, northwest China's Qinghai Province. Two captive-bred Himalayan vultures made their public appearance at the Xining Wildlife Park on Sunday. The two baby birds, both in good physical conditions, are the third and fourth existing captive-bred Himalayan vultures across the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)
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