1. Snow leopard - Wikipedia


    The snow leopard or ounce (Panthera uncia) is a large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia. It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of ...

  2. Basic Facts About Snow Leopards - Defenders of Wildlife


    Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts about snow leopards.

  3. Snow Leopard | Species | WWF - World Wildlife Fund

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    Snow leopards have evolved to live in some of the harshest conditions on Earth. Their white-gray coat spotted with large black rosettes blends in perfectly with the ...

  4. Snow Leopard Trust - Official Site


    The Snow Leopard Trust aims to better understand the endangered snow leopard, and protect the cat in partnership with communities that share its habitat.

  5. Snow Leopard Facts


    Why are snow leopards endangered? How many are left in the wild? Where do they live, what do they eat? Interesting facts on snow leopards. “Saving Snow Leopards ...

  6. Snow Leopard | National Geographic


    They are insulated by thick hair, and their wide, fur-covered feet act as natural snowshoes. Snow leopards have powerful legs and are tremendous leapers, able to jump ...

  7. Snow Leopard Trust (@snowleopards) | Twitter

    4,430 tweets • 1,066 photos/videos • 23K followers. "Why we oppose @IUCN's decision to downlist the #snowleopard on the @IUCNRedList from Endangered to Vulnerable ...

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    • Snow Leopard Facts - Snow Leopard Trust


      Snow leopards are perfectly ... be between 3,920 and 6,390 snow leopards left in the wild. Snow Leopard ... University / Panthera / Snow Leopard Trust

    • Snow leopard | WWF


      Video embedded · Snow leopards are highly adapted to their home in the cold high mountains. Their thick fur patterned with dark rosettes and spots (a …

    • 55 Facts about Snow Leopards | Owlcation

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      2012-02-11 · Did you know that only 6000 snow leopards are surviving in the wild today? Read more than 50 facts about this amazing creature...

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