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  • adj. Of or relating to Dzungaria, a region in China.
  • n. A native or inhabitant of Dzungaria.


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  • The one exception is the Przewalski's Horse, also known as the Dzungarian Horse, a rare and endangered breed found today in China and Mongolia.

    Tracking Equine Evolution

  • The Dzungarian, which is largely desert steppe, provides important habitat for the world's largest remaining herds of wild ass (Equus hemionus) as well as herds of goitered gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa).

    Junggar Basin semi-desert

  • This expansive reserve includes two units, the Southern Altai Gobi (44,000 km2) and the Dzungarian Gobi (8,810 km2), the first of which is located in the Alashan Plateau ecoregion.

    Alashan Plateau semi-desert

  • In the more pristine Dzungarian region of Mongolia, threats include uncontrolled motor-vehicle use and overconsumption and pollution of scarce natural water resources by humans and domestic livestock.

    Junggar Basin semi-desert

  • The Dzungarian was also the last refuge of Przewalski's horse, the world's last truly wild horse.

    Junggar Basin semi-desert

  • Dzungarian Gate (valley) China, Kazakhstan 45 25 N 82 25 E

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Historically, the identities of the indigenous peoples located in the Hi Valley and the Tarim, Turpan, and Dzungarian Basins have been fluid.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The northeastern part of the Junggar Basin lies in Mongolia and includes the Dzungarian section of Great Gobi National Park, an International Biosphere Reserve.

    Junggar Basin semi-desert


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