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العربية: قُطاسٌ قُرب بُحيرة يامدروك في التبت.

القُطاسُ أحد أنواع البقريَّات طويلة الشعر المُنتشرة عبر الهيمالايا في جنوب آسيا الوُسطى، من هضبة التبت جنوبًا إلى مُنغوليا وروسيا شمالًا. يقومُ الاقتصاد التبتيّ على الزراعة المُستدامة. وبسبب قلَّة المساحة الصَّالحة للزراعة، فإنَّ المهنة الرئيسيَّة لأهل التبت تتمثَّل في تربية المواشي، من شاكلة الخراف، والبقر، والماعز، والجمال، والقُطاس، والدزو، والخُيول. يُشكِّلُ القُطاس التبتيّ جزءًا لا يتجزَّأ من الحياة اليوميَّة التبتيَّة.

(استُعملت هذه الصورة في معرضٍ صغيرٍ في استوكهولم، خلال أُسبوع المياه العالمي، للتوعية من مخاطر التغُّر المُناخي في الهيمالايا. كان العُنوان الأصلي: "Tibet-5812")
Deutsch: Yak in der Nähe des Sees Yamzhog Yumco (Yardrog Yutsho) im Kreis Nagarzê, Regierungsbezirk Shannan, Autonomes Gebiet Tibet, Volksrepublik China.

Diese langhaarigen Bovinae findet man überall in der Himalaja-Region in Süd-Zentralasien, dem Hochland von Tibet und bis weit in den Norden in der Mongolei und in Russland. Die tibetanische Wirtschaft ist von landwirtschaftlicher Selbstversorgung dominiert. Wegen der begrenzten Menge landwirtschaftlich nutzbaren Bodens ist die Hauptnutzart des Tibetischen Hochlandes die Viehzucht von Schafen, Rindern, Ziegen, Kamelen, Yaks, Dzo (Kreuzung aus Yak und Rind) und Pferden. Das tibetische Yak ist ein integraler Bestandteil des tibetischen Lebens.

(Verwendet in einer kleinen Ausstellung in Stockholm, Schweden während der Weltwasserwoche, die Aufmerksamkeit auf die Klimawandel im Himalaja lenkend. Der ursprüngliche Titel war "Tibet-5812")

Des weiteren ziert es das Cover des 2017 erscheinenden Beatsteaks Albums "Yours".

English: Yak near Yamdrok lake, Tibet.

It is a long-haired bovinae found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia. The Tibetan economy is dominated by subsistence agriculture. Due to limited arable land, the primary occupation of the Tibetan Plateau is raising livestock, such as sheep, cattle, goats, camels, yaks, dzo, and horses. The Tibetan yak is an integral part of Tibetan life.

(Used in a small exhibition in Stockholm, at the World Water Week, rising awareness about climate change in the Himalayas. Original title was: "Tibet-5812")
हिन्दी: यमद्रोक झील, तिब्बत के निकट याक

यह दक्षिण मध्य एशिया के हिमालय क्षेत्र, तिब्बत के पठार और सुदूर उत्तर में मंगोलिया और रूस तक पाया जाने वाला एक लंबे बालों वाला जानवर है। तिब्बती अर्थव्यवस्था पर जीविका कृषि का प्रभुत्व है। कृषि योग्य सीमित भूमि के कारण, तिब्बती पठार का प्राथमिक व्यवसाय पशु पालन है जैसे भेड़, मवेशी, बकरी, ऊंट, याक, और घोड़े। तिब्बती याक तिब्बती जीवन का एक अभिन्न हिस्सा है।

(हिमालय में जलवायु परिवर्तन के बारे में जागरूकता बढ़ाने के लिये विश्व जल सप्ताह पर स्टॉकहोम में एक छोटी सी प्रदर्शनी में प्रयुक्त हुआ था। मूल शीर्षक था: "Tibet-5812")
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English: Yak near Yamdrok lake, Tibet. It is a long-haired bovinae found throughout the Himalayan region of south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia.

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