ore similar to that of humans than mice or rats at all levels, from genomic DNA rearrangements▓ to shared genes and identity of their protein sequences"
said Evgeny Zdobnov, one of the lea▓ding analysts from the project and a researcher at the University of Geneva and the Swiss I▓nstitute of Bioinformatics. Populatio▓n: 15 millionMajor area of distribution: GuangxiLangu▓age: ZhuangReligion: PolytheismThe Z
huangs ethni▓c minority is China's largest minority group. Its population of 15.55 million appro▓aches that of Australia. Most of the Zhuangs live in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Aut
its relation to tradition, milk production or its origin; he would then pass it to the son who he knew would preserve it and the flow could be like that. Selling such Ankole was abominable and when it died, it would not be eaten but would be buried like a human being. This was an ancestral role
onomous Region, which is nearly the size of New ▓Zealand. The rest have settled in Yunnan, Guangdong, Guizhou and Hunan provinces.While most Zhuang communities c▓oncentrate in a compact area in Guangxi, the others are scattered over places shared by other ethnic groups such as Han, Yao, Miao, Dong, Mulao, Maonan and Shui.Lying in Guangxi's mountainous regions, the Zhuang area is high in the northwest, undulating in the middle a▓nd low in the southeast. Limestone is
widely distributed in the area, which is known round the world for its karst topography. Many rocky peaks rise straight up from the ground, and the peaks hide numerous fascinating grottoes and subterranean rivers. Guilin, a tourist attraction in Guangxi, is ▓an excellent example of such landscape.▓ As the saying goes: "The landscape at Guilin is the best on earth; and the landscape at Yangshuo is the best in Guilin." Wuming, Jingxi and Lingyun counties are also known for
their scenic splendours.Crisscrossing ▓rivers endow the Zhuang area with plentiful source▓s of