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5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
5 B Snow Leopard
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5 B Snow Leopard

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  • 1. The Great Snow Leopard Created by: Daniel
  • 2. About the author  I like basically anything with action.  My favorite sport is Baseball. My favorite team is The Minnesota Twins. I have 5 cats.
  • 3. Who Am I?  The Snow Leopard is gray and white. They are rare for most of their range. An estimated 3,500-7,000 are left in the wild and 600-700 are in zoos.
  • 4. The Early Years  At 2 months cubs eat their first solid food. Cubs are small and helpless when they are born and don’t open their eyes until 7 days old. Their mating season is January-mid- March
  • 5. Habitat Sweet Habitat  They prefer to live in steep cliff areas, rocky outcrops, and ravines. Their habitat provides them the camouflage they need to pounce on prey.
  • 6. What’s on the Menu?  The staples of a Snow Leopard’s diet consists of wild sheep and goats. They also like to eat rodents like mice, rats, and small gophers.They also eat hares and game birds like Quail and pheasants.
  • 7. Making Tracks  Their long and powerful hind limbs help them jump up to 50 feet! They use their tails for balance and to protect them against severe mountain chill.
  • 8. Simply Irresistible  The Snow Leopard's survival threats are poaching, deforestation, dam projects, and loss of food source caused similar environmental pressures.
  • 9. Where in the World?  These beautiful creatures live in central Asia. Native to the Central Asian mountains, they are a rare sight. They are hunted for fur and their organs which is used in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • 10. Did you know?  Female Snow Leopards are ready to have their cute, little cubs by the age of 2 or 3.  Males become sexually mature by the age of 4.
  • 11. Internet list http://www.defenders.org/wildli fe_and_habitat/wildlife/snow _leopard.php Slides 3-9 http://www.snowleopard.org/c atfactsclassroom/catfacts/life cycle For slide 10

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