The king of Tibetan antelope is a rare and rare mammal in the world. It only lives in the alpine meadow, alpine grassland or cold desert area at the junction of Xinjiang, Qinghai and Tibet. There is high cold and lack of oxygen, and the natural environment is very bad. But the king of Tibetan antelope can overcome these difficulties and survive tenaciously. Its fur is very dense and can resist the cold. Its nasal cavity is very wide and can breathe enough oxygen. In addition to these physical characteristics, they also have the habit of collective defense, which can effectively avoid natural enemies.
The king of Tibetan antelope likes collective life. They often form small groups of five or six, and sometimes form large groups of hundreds. In order to fill their stomachs, they have to roam many mountains and meadows. They are very careful when acting collectively, with a “sentry” on guard around them. The sentry’s alarm signal is his own little tail. When it’s safe, the little tail will hang down naturally. If abnormal sounds are heard or suspicious phenomena are seen, the Sentry will wiggle his tail or stretch it out parallel to his body. Seeing this signal, the companion raised his vigilance, raised his head and looked up at the surrounding environment to avoid sudden attack. Once there is an invasion of beasts, the sentry immediately stands up with his tail straight and his neck straight. This is a sign of urgency. Tell his companions to jump and run, and the sentry himself will run away quickly.
The hair on the back of the Tibetan antelope is tan, which is similar to the environmental color of desert and Gobi, so it is often successful to avoid enemies. Even if he has a protective color, the king of Tibetan antelope will never neglect his carelessness. In addition to the Sentinels sent by the day, when sleeping at night, he should also send smart and careful members to guard the group.