In the high plateau of northern Tibet lives an endangered antelope species called the Chiru. Once with a population of over a million, their numbers have been reduced drastically due, in part, to the brutal practice of poaching Chirus for their super-fine wool. Until now, the Chinese Government has never permitted a foreign camera crew to enter this mysterious and unpopulated area, and few people have ever seen Tibetan antelopes in the wild.
Never before has their lifecycle been captured on film. Filmed over two toilsome years, a team of Chinese documentary makers joined forces with a team of anti-poaching rangers and set out to do just that. Witness the perilous migrations past predators and poachers, their dominance struggles and their mating and birthing, all set against the stunning backdrop of the Tibetan plateau's snow-capped mountains.