snow leopard

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Synonyms for snow leopard

large feline of upland central Asia having long thick whitish fur

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As part of the Annapurna Conservation Area Project, the village has established a snow leopard conservation committee, which keeps a record of all livestock losses due to snow leopard predation.
The company pointed out that this update is primarily for users with multiple computers who are planning on transferring data from a Mac running Snow Leopard to one running Lion; if you're upgrading your Mac directly to Lion, you won't need to use Migration Assistant.
While the cuteness crown is always up for debate, snow leopards are at the top of the running, in part due to their rareness.
The reserve support varieties of mammals (e.g., snow leopard, wolf Canis lupus, red fox Vulpes vulpes, ibex Capra sibirica, and argali sheep Ovis ammon), birds (e.g., snowcock
Faced with an alarming future scenario in the shape of critical depletion of the snow leopard's prey species, the conservation of wild fauna in these mountains will need more than just relying on trophy hunting projects.
Snow Leopard Trust has vaccinated livestock in Pakistan so fewer animals in a family's herd die of disease.
Snow Leopard takes all the good stuff from previous versions and makes it better.
Snow Leopard "downgrades" Flash to an earlier version which is vulnerable to potential attacks and exploits, Sophos said.
Snow Leopard will be available as an upgrade for Mac OS X Leopard users for Dh 139 or $38.
The Jackson Zoo's efforts were recently recognized when it was selected to host the International Snow Leopard Trust's interactive, educational traveling display.
The tiger is protected but the snow leopard gets killed for its coat.
Volunteers for the International Snow Leopard Trust (ISLT), a nonprofit conservation organization headquartered in Seattle, are sitting at tables piled high with handicrafts made by women in Mongolia and the Kyrgyz Republic.
In interview with AKIpress, representative of Snow Leopard Trust in Kyrgyzstan Kubanychbek Jumabai uulu told how possible mining activities can affect wild animals.