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《ACTA THERIOLOGICA SINICA》 1998-02
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THE PRESENT STATUS OF NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF TIGERS IN JINZHU TSANGPO VALLEY, SOUTHEASTERN TIBET

ZHANG Ming QIU Mingjiang (Conservation Biology Center, Kunming Institute of Zoology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, 650223) LI Shouchang (Ailaoshan Ecology Station, Kunming Institute of Ecology, the Chinese Academy of Sciences)  
The quantity and distribution of tigers (Panthera tigris tigris ) in Jinzhu Tsangpo valley, southeastern Tibet were investigated in 1995. We gathered and measured 30 trails and 93 footprints of tigers in this valley. By statistical method of F test and t test and a large number of investigate, five tigers and their activity range in Jinzhu Tsangpo valley were confirmed. Moreover, we found trails of one tiger in Galong Tsangpo valley near Jinzhu Tsangpo. We also conducted some survey on the future trend of tigers in Jinzhu Tsangpo valley and adjecent areas. These survey results indicated that the quantity and distribution of tigers had been decreasing since the seventies in Jinzhu Tsangpo and adjecent areas.
【Key Words】: Tiger Quantity Distribution Southeastern Tibet
【Fund】: 美国MacArthurFoundation资助
【CateGory Index】: Q959.838,
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