During your Travel to Tibet, we will most like to find a wide range of wild lives in Tibet. Especially if you are traveling to Western Tibet in the Kailash region or traveling overland to Tibet. Here are some of the most common wild lives you will be likely to find during your tour to Tibet. The mountains and forests of Tibet are home to a vast range of animal life, including 142 species of mammals, 473 species of birds, 49 species of reptiles, 44 species of amphibians, 64 species of fish and more than 2,300 species of insects. Animals in Tibet include Assamese macaque, rhesus monkey, muntjac, Chitral, serows, leopards, clouded leopards, black bears, wild cats, weasels, river deer, white-lipped deer, wild yaks, Tibetan antelopes, wild donkeys, argalis, Mongolian gazelles, Tibetan eagles, marmots, Himalayan mouse hares, Himalayan ravens, foxes, wolves, lynxes, brown bears, blue sheep, and snow leopards.