why the yaks that live in ladakh region are extinct



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    The yak’s range still slightly extends into northern India, so they’re not one hundred percent regionally extinct in Ladakh. They are very close to it, though. The main reasons for the severe decline in their population have been poaching and competition from livestock. Poaching has become a bit less of a problem, but as more land is devoted to grazing, yaks are losing habitat to domesticated animals.

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