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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Snow leopards are carnivoresSnow leopards are praySnow leopards feed at dawn and duskSnow leopards play an important l role in controlling the population If Snow leopards were gone Being one of the top predators in the high mountain food web of Central Asia, the Snow Leopard helps to keep the ecosystem in balance by preying on marmots, ibexes and other native herbivores. If there are too many herbivores in the area, they will degrade the alpine meadows, leaving no food for both wild herbivores and domesticated livestock. If Snow Leopards disappear from the area, the rest of the ecosystem will fall apart. Physical Appearance Diet and Role Habitat- alpine meadows, treeless rocky mountains and rhododendron forestsGeographic Range- Tibet and other parts of China Behavior and Reproduction Kazakhstan 100-200 snow leopards India 200-600 snow leopards China 2,000-5,000 snow leopards Bhutan 100-200 snow leopards Habitat and Range Size- length of 29-51 inches and weight 60-120 pounds Unique characteristics- During the summer snow leopards venture to 19,685 feetand can jump 50 feet (15 meters) highDifferences between males and females- Hard to tell apart but males are biggerKind of animal (marsupial, primate, reptile, bird, etc.) -FelidaeSpecies- Pantherinae Genus- uncia Snow Leopards gestation period is 98-104 Snow Leopards produce litters of 1-5 Snow leopards produce their young's beneath rocks or in rock crevices and their dens are lined with fur.Only the mother cares for its young and only between the ages of 18-22 monthsLittle snow leopards can be called cubsSow Leopards only mate until the age of 15 The lifespan of snow leopards are 22 yearsSnow Leopards live in isolated groupsSnow Leopards are really shySnow Leopards are endangered because people are poaching them There is a trust and people make donations to protect these animals or adopt them, Zoo's are bringing them in so they will not be poached. SNOW LEOPARDS
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