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Snow leopard (Panthera uncia or Uncia uncia) is a moderately large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central Asia.

i like this photo because the photo is focused in on the lepoard and the snow is falling in the backround while its blured out

i like this photo because the photo is focused in on the lepoard and the snow is falling in the backround while its blured out Mais

Some of the most important and useful snow leopard facts including snow leopard habitat, physical charateristics, diet, species, and reproduction.

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2017_09_19 Aibek snow leopard 900-5wm

When Woodland Park Zoo keepers opened the door allowing Aibek, a Snow Leopard, to leave the maternity den for the first time, the cub zipped outside so fast that he beat his mom into the outdoor habitat.

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Icy lair A snow leopard spotted on the rocky slopes of Hemis national park, Ladakh. A keystone species, the Panthera uncia are indicators of the health of their high-altitude habitat — namely, the Third Pole

Icy lair A snow leopard spotted on the rocky slopes of Hemis national park, Ladakh. A keystone species, the Panthera uncia are indicators of the health of their high-altitude habitat — namely, the Third Pole

Snow Leopard: One of the most elusive of the endangered cats, with 4,200 - 6,600 spread over 770, 000 square miles across 12 countries, their natural habitat is at an altitude of 9,000 -13,500 ft. via telegraph.co.uk. Image by Rex #Snow_leopard

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to – estimated number of snow leopards surviving in the wild. 600 – number of snow leopards in zoos. square miles – range of snow leopard

2017_09_19 Aibek snow leopard 900-10wm

When Woodland Park Zoo keepers opened the door allowing Aibek, a Snow Leopard, to leave the maternity den for the first time, the cub zipped outside so fast that he beat his mom into the outdoor habitat.

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