Jamyang Losal's protest brings to 150 the number of self-immolations by Tibetans living in China.
Gonpo, aged 43, is taken into custody following two-self immolation protests in Kardze in the last two months.
Chagdor Kyab, 16, shouted plea for Tibetan freedom before being taken away by authorities in Amdo.
The animals, including poultry and rabbits, were believed by authorities to be infected with bird flu.
Paramilitary police and government workers conduct political reeducation classes, restrict residents' movements.
Jampal was beaten and tortured in prison and can now walk only with difficulty, a Tibetan source says.
She had prayed over a self-immolation protester and stopped Chinese police from seizing his remains.
Khedrup had previously been held for a month before his release in January for lack of evidence against him.
Two monks detained with him after protests in 2008 were released earlier, sources say.
Tibet's second highest-ranking religious leader vanished in Chinese custody in 1995 after being identified by the Dalai Lama.
They are told they must leave the retreat center to which they relocated after being forced out of Larung Gar Buddhist Academy.
He was convicted of subversion after staging a solo protest in Ngaba calling for Tibetan freedom.
Three are held for recovering Wangchuk Tseten's mobile phone, while two others are detained for filming the protest.
Nyagrong man stages second known self-immolation protest of 2017, drawing tight security.
A Hilton spokesperson denies a report that no Tibetans are employed at the resort in Kongpo.
Authorities cite the need for 'orderly management' of the large complex, home to thousands of monks and nuns.
Buddhist leader says China must show it believes in rebirth before discussing sensitive reincarnation issue.