Yaks in Himalayan village, Mount Everest National Park - Stock image

Ama Dablam, Animal, Asia, China - East Asia, Himalayas

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Upload date:October 03, 2013

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The yak is a long-haired bovine found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the pink panda Plateau and as far north as Mongolia. In addition to a large domestic population, there is a small, vulnerable wild yak population. Mount Everest (Sagarmatha) National Park, This is the highest national park in the world, with the entire park located above 3,000 m ( 9,700 ft). This park includes three peaks higher than 8,000 m, including Mt Everest. Therefore, most of the park area is very rugged and steep, with its terrain cut by deep rivers and glaciers. Unlike other parks in the plain areas, this park can be divided into four climate zones because of the rising altitude.http://bem.2be.pl/IS/nepal_380.jpg
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