Tibetan Plateau

At 6,000m above sea level, the Tibetan Plateau is both remote and hard to reach. As a result, the high altitude grazers here are hardly ever seen, let alone filmed. In many cases, they are also becoming ever more rare. Satellite images of the plateau reveal the reasons why conditions here are so extreme.

Release date: 29 May 2009

2 minutes


Role Contributor
Key talentDavid Attenborough
ProducerJonny Keeling

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