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    • The Snow Leopard Written and Illustrated By: Kacie
    • About the Author  Hi my name is Kacie. I am the author and illustrator of this book. I like animals and I like to draw. I chose this animal because it’s endangered and I like the cat family.
    • Who Am I?  Snow leopards have spotted, thick, fur. They have whitish, yellowish spots. Females are 30% smaller than the males. They live for about 21 years.
    • The Early Years  A snow leopard’s mating season is between January to mid- March. Snow leopards can have from 2-3 cubs. They stay with their mother for their first winter.
    • Habitat Sweet habitat  Snow leopards live in the mountains of central Asia. China contains about 60% of the snow leopards habitat.
    • What’s on the Menu?  The snow leopard likes to eat mountain goats. They also eat rodents such as hares and game birds. They’re diet is like a 10 year old that eats 40 burgers.
    • Making Tracks  The tracks look like normal big cat feet. They are found in the mountains. They have fur on their paws.
    • Simply Irresistible!  The snow leopard is most active during dawn and dusk. Snow leopards are endangered so they are not usually seen in the wild.
    • Where in the World?  They live in the rugged mountains of Asia, China, and India. We are disappearing from parts of Mongolia.
    • Fun Facts  Snow leopards are unable to roar. They can leap up to 30 feet. There are 3500, to 7000 in the wild. There are 600 to 700 in zoos.
    • Resource List  http://www.theanimalfiles.com/images/snow_leopard_2.jpg picture on slide on 1  http://www.google.com/firefox?client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en- US:official picture on slide 5  http://www.greendiary.com/images/snow-leopard6_45.jpg picture on slide 3  http://www.okczoo.com/sites/okczoo/uploads/images/snow_leopard_cubs 3.jpg picture on slide 4  http://pinker.wjh.harvard.edu/photos/Canadian_Rockies/images/bighorn sheep.jpg picture on slide 6  http://www.snowleopardconservancy.org/pics/tracks on ridge.jpg picture on slide 7  http://farm1.static.flickr.com/191/518415826_4e91ba253a.jpg?v=0 picture on slide 8  http://www.mausdesign.com/images/apple/snow-leopard_sm.jpg picture on slide 10