Did the black-necked crane chick survive the wolf attack?

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In recent years, habitat loss caused by climate change and increased human activity has posed a growing threat to the plateau’s bird population. For black-necked crane parents, their number one priority is the safety of their young. However, the eggs and newly hatched chicks are extremely vulnerable to predators, such as wolves and red foxes. When a wolf attacks Choegyab’s cranes, will the chick manage to escape?

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