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Snow Leopard

Science
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Katy Turner

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Snow Leopard

As told in slide 6 Snow leopards and humans don't get along. We kill snow leopards that is why there are so little left. Like I said before Snow leopards get hungry in the winter so they take the animals from farmers. The farmers shoot them. Thus killing the animals. I know we can't really prevent that but myself and everyone else are killing them. Global warming wreaks the snow leopards habitats. We can save the snow leopards by not wasting energy and not idling. Snow leopards and us By: Kaitlyn Turner The Snow leopard is a fairly large cat but it is smaller then some of the other large cats, it is also endangered. A Snow Leopard usually weighs between 60 and 120 pounds, is around 90 - 130 cm long, its tail is around 80 - 100 cm long and it's shoulder height is around 60cm. even though these creatures may seem small they can kill things 3 times their size. Snow leopards are at the top of the food chain. Nothing in the wild eats them. They are carnivores. Snow leopards live in these places in Asia India,China, Nepal,Bhutan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Mongolia. China although contains about 60% of the snow leopard population. Snow leopards tend to live up in the mountains that is why they are rarely seen. what is the Snow leopard Predator or Prey? The Snow leopard is a top predator. It will not bother humans but it will eat animals. Snow Leopards eat loads of prey here is a list of some of them: Yak, wild goats, rabbits, mice, wild sheep, deer and wild boar. Cattle, sheep and other farms animals are also on it's diet once a farm is spotted. 7 b The Snow Leopard Plant Snow Leopard Deer Fungi
Decomposers Sun Symbiotic relationships Snow leopards and humans. This is a very odd symbiotic relationship. It is likely parasitism. The humans raise cattle, sheep and other farm animals. In the winter when the prey is hiding the snow leopards will go and eat the prey that the humans have raised. This benefits the snow leopards. But the humans get angry and shoot the snow leopards. this benefits the humans and the farm animals. The Snow leopard has a bunch of adaptations to its cold environment. Adaptations 1. The Snow leopard has a gray, white and black fur coat this allows it to get closer to prey helping it get a better catch. 2.Snow leopards have large paws this allows them to go on the snow and not fall through it also lets them run faster.
3. Snow leopards fur coat can keep it warm as well
4. Snow leopards have strong front legs and back legs this helps them jump, climb and run in the mountains
5. A Snow leopards long tail helps it balance so that when it jumps or climbs it will help keep its balance
6. Snow leopards have small ears. But even though they are small they can hear very well and their ears can flatten against their head. This helps when stalking prey. Symbiotic relationships 2 Snow leopards and small birds and small carnivores. Some times when a snow leopard leaves out its scraps of its kill small carnivores or/and small birds will eat the left overs. This is Communism because the snow leopard does not mind them eating the meat and it benefits the small carnivores and small birds <3 Hey Viewer! Its me Dawnpetal. I'm a snow leopard cub from Russia. Please help save me and my family. If you'd like to adopt a snow leopard go to https://wwfstore.donorportal.ca/p-67-snow-leopard.aspx?&utm_content=V3&utm_campaign=SnowLeopard&utm_adgroup=Adopt&cscid=GoogleGrant&gclid=CNyQl6S-8rICFStgMgodkQ0AOA
or
https://www.snowleopard.org/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=19&gclid=CPC6xIXO8rICFYpFMgodzzAAwg
If you do not want to adopt a snow leopard you can also save me by not wasting energy and not contributing to global warming. Thank you for watching this production by Kaitlyn. I hope you enjoyed it
~Kaitlyn T and Dawnpetal Credits http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_leopard http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/snow-leopard/ http://www.snowleopard.org/downloads/snow_leopard_fact_sheet_english.pdf http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2008/bishop_kayl/adaptation.htm Two Impacts on the Environment The snow leopard impacts the environment in these ways
1. It eats animals keeping the eco system in balance.
2.It eats animals. If it did not the vegetation would be gone because the animals would have eaten it all Snow leopard Carnivores Birds (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr http://www.wwf.org.uk/what_we_do/safeguarding_the_natural_world/wildlife/snow_leopard/
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