A new study could help explain why so many snow leopards get killed in retaliation for eating domestic animals.
The second-collaring in six months of a reproductive female snow leopard in Kyrgyzstan suggests the populations are rebounding in the country.
A snow leopard was recently collared in the mountainous reaches of Kyrgyzstan, the second ever to be collared in the country.
An elusive snow leopard was recently seen and collared in Kyrgyzstan — a first for the landlocked, mountainous country.
A camera trap snapped the first ever pictures of the elusive snow leopard in Uzbekistan. The new images confirm that there are at least two individual snow leopards in the Gissar Nature Reserve.
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