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Snow Leopard

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Snow Leopard
By: Sabrina Wagner

They live in the Mountains in Central Asia, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Mongolia. They live in the mountains, and climb the rocks as they use there tail to balance them. They have thick fur that help them through the cold times in the mountains.

Habitat
The biotic factors are the humans or farmers that live near the mountains. Also sheep, boars, deer, rodent, and other small mammals are a biotic factor to the Snow Leopard.

Biotic Factors
The rocks are an abiotic factor in its habitat because its an advantage for them to catch there prey. Snow is also a abiotic factor because it affects the Snow leopards health and makes it harder to live.

Abiotic Factors
Food Web
There range covers 12 countries through out Central Asia, and it is 463,000 to 618,000 sq. miles.

There only interactions throughout the day is the prey and spending time with there cubs.
Ecosystem Interactions
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Urls
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/snow-leopard/
http://burns1.wikispaces.com/Anthony+Notes
http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2008/bishop_kayl/classification.htm
http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2008/bishop_kayl/interactions.htm
The snow leopard is a heterothroph. It is a heterotroph because it depends on the other animals to get fat so it can eat them.
What is its energy?
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