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Copy of Snow Leopard

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Snow Leopard
Snow leopard
Panthera uncia
By:Hriday Dutt
Pd2

Native Plants
oringail habitat: 28N, 82E East
Himalaya's
Rhododendron
Bay Berry
Apple tree
Tibetian Juniper
Bay berry
Apple tree
Mountain Goat
Ibex
Herbivores
Brown Bear
Red Panda
Omnivores
Snow Leopard
Lynx
Carnivores
sun
Bay Berry
Himalayan Marmot
Snow Leopard
lynx
Lammergier
Brown bear
yak
Tibetian Gray wolf
Producers
Himalyans:
snow leopards origanal habitat
Ibex
Rhododendron
Tibetian Juniper
apple tree
bay berry
Ibex
lammergier
snow leopard
Sun
waterfall/water source
for organisms
New habitat
temp.: Winter: 15 degrees Summer: 45degrees
Snow leopard Adaptations:
The snow leopard has many adaptations to suit its
environment; these are some of the physical adaptations.. The snow leopard have a well-devolped chest which is a structural adaptation. They have this so they can go higher in the mountains and get oxygen from the atmosphere. They also have thick paws and a tail which is also a structural adaptation. That would help them run on ice, and their tail helps them balance themselves while they are running. These are some of Behavioral Adaptations. The Snow Leopard scrapes the ground with their hind legs which is a Communicating adaptation. They do that to mark a spot of territory. They also urinate a rock which is a mating adaptation. They do that to attract their mate. Those are some of the Physical and Behavioral Adaptations of the Snow leopard.

The impact on environment:
They snow leopard is a carnivore which is at
the top of the food chain. So as the snow leopard
eats the omnivores and herbivores the herbivores would be less and less and the producers would flourish. But, if the omnivores would eat more plants than animals the producers would get less and less until their is no more food for the herbivores.

Why Snow Leopard's are going extinct:
Snow leopard's are often killed by farmer's
Because the farmer's were scared that snow leopards
will eat their herd. People are also taking up the snow leopards space and home. Also global warming makes climate change which proposes a risk to snow leopards because they need a cold climate.

The
End! :-)
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