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Beyond the Great Wall

The red fox is the largest of all of the foxes.  Their tail is longer than half of the length of their body.  They also have acute hearing abilities, which allows them to hear birds or mice from long distances.

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Nat Geo WILD goes inside the sprawling Tibetan plateau that makes up one-quarter of China's expansive landscape. Though much of this region is remote and inhospitable, it serves as home to incredible wildlife, including wild yak, black-necked cranes and the endangered snow leopard. Go inside Tibet's unique culture, defined by more than a thousand years of Buddhism. And learn more about why the emperors of China built the Great Wall to keep out the nomadic tribes from Northern China.