The snow leopard or ounce is a large cat native to the mountain ranges of
Central and South Asia. It is listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List of
There are three main reasons that snow leopards are in trouble. The first reason
is that the bones, skin and organs of large cats are valuable in traditional Asian ...
Endangered. a Population. total estimated 4,080-6,590. b Scientific Name.
Panthera uncia. C Length. 2-5 ft. e Habitats. cold high mountains. The snow
Snow leopard. Scientific name: Panthera uncia. Number remaining: 4,000-6,500.
Extinction risk: Endangered. Habitat: high, rugged mountains of central Asia.
There are up to 6000 snow leopards in the wild across 12 countries, but its
numbers ... with hunting and habitat loss just some of the reasons that it is
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Jul 16, 2012 ... Snow leopards, an endangered species with a remaining population roughly
estimated to be between 4,000 and 6,500 individuals, are ...
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The Snow Leopard occupies a precarious spot on the endangered species list.
This powerful creature's numbers are dwindling, and here are several reasons ...