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Transcript of Snow Leopard
Hunted for skin,bones and fur.
Captured for illegal wildlife
trade market. Nomadic.
Lives in isolated mountain ranges.
Commonly found in Asian countries. Their environment consists of either harsh,cold and rocky mountain or grasslands with steep slopes and alpine meadows. INCREASE THE NUMBERS Snow Leopard Trust - A universal project to help save and protect the endangered Snow Leopards. http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/snowleopard/habitat.php SCIENCE WORLD 9- BOOK http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_leopard CHANGING NUMBERS WWF is providing protection
for the Snow Leopards.
Prevent illegal wildlife trading in the area.
Working with locals farmers to stop hunting
these animals. Description Member of the cat family
Short body. long tail that is measured to about 80-100cm.
Thick fur, smoky grey-yellowish tan.
Cannot roar. commuinicates by hissing,chuffing,
growling. Organizations are operated
worldwide to save endangered animals. Projects such as the Snow
Leopard Trust, prevent the
Leopards from extinction.
You can adopt a snow leopard or
donate money. The donates go
towards educating the local people
about snow leopards and research. Snow Leopard Trust
Motto: Saving Snow Leopards for 28 years! Endangered Scientific research in
Central Asia is analyzing the
snow leopard and how it lives.
These studies can help us
understand this creature. Methods including trap cameras have been insinuated within the animals habitat. GPS radio collaring is also used to monitor the animal. THE SNOW
LEOPARD THE END