Brown Bears

Bears can be found in the mountains of the United States, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia. They can climb with ease thanks to their strong claws and thick fur coats. Brown bears may still find food even if it's snowing.


The lammergeier is an Old World vulture with a beard. The lammergeier is known for its habit of dumping bones on rocks to split them apart and devour the marrow inside.


Kiang are the largest Tibetan antelopes. The Tibetan Plateau is home to wild yaks. Thick fur protects it from cold. This fast runner can achieve 60 km/h. The kiang can jump over 2-meter fences.


Yaks live in the Himalayas, Tibetan Plateau, and Gansu in northern China. Thick fur helps them survive at high elevations. They tolerate little oxygen and harsh conditions. Yaks live 6000m.

Alpine Chough

Alpine Choughs is one of the rare creatures that live at great altitudes. These birds reside between 21,300 and 26,900 feet. Alpine Choughs have thick feathers that insulate their body and a unique breathing mechanism.

Tibetan Gazelle

The Tibetan gazelle is brown and white. Black face, legs, tail. Both males and females have horns. Tibetan gazelles live in steppes and meadows. Grass, shrubs, and plants

Himalayan Marmot

Big Himalayan marmots live throughout central Asia. They live 3000 to 5000 metres above sea level but have been seen to 5600 metres. Marmots have thick coats and subcutaneous fat to survive in the wild.

Mountain Goats

North American, European, and Asian mountains have mountain goats. They can live at heights of 16,000 feet. Mountain goats eat grasses and sedges.

Himalayan Tahr

They live at 16,400 feet. Himalayan Tahrs can survive -40 F. They can jump 6 feet and run 30 mph. Himalayan Tahr consume grasses, shrubs.

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