Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 278 Animals
back home since 1992


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Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 18'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia




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Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 18'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia



read more

Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 278 Animals
back home since 1992

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Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 278 Animals
back home since 1992

read more

Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 278 Animals
back home since 1992

read more

Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 18'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia

read more

Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 18'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia



read more

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Management of the Takhi Population

Co-ordination of the Development of the Takhi Population in Central Asia

Long-term Schedule with several short-term Goals

The ITG emparks on the strategy of a long-term and large-scale management of theTakhi population. After significant losses in 2010, the focus lies on a fast population growth. Offspring of the remaining mares in the following season lead to an increase of 50%. As a melium-term goal the ITG goes for a coordination of the whole Takhi population in central Asia.

New Takhis from Prague and China

As a first step, four Takhi stallion from the breeding station at  Jimsar (China) were brought to the Great Gobi B Strictly Protected Area. An additional measure for a fast population growth was the transport of four mares form Prague to the Great Gobi B.