Tibetan antelopes live in one of the most desolate places on earth-alpine grasslands and semi-deserts on Tibetan Plateau. Due to the cold and alpine environment, the Tibetan antelope produces Shahtoosh, the highest quality and most expensive wool in the world. Unfortunately, the irreplaceable quality of handicrafts also threatens its existence. The increasing demand for shahtoosh shawl in the fashion industry has led to an astonishing increase in the number of hand-poached prey. It was once estimated that the population of more than one million was reduced to about 70,000.