Endangered wild life-snow leopard in Tibet
2013-03-20
Snow leopards are one of the most endangered of the big cats and only 4000-6500 remains in the wild. Tibet and India are natural home to the third largest snow leopard population in the world, and the Upper Spiti Valley’s underdeveloped alpine habitat has been identified as one of the most important snow leopard habitats in India. An estimated 10,000 tourists visit this area annually to experience the landscape and many hope to see signs of snow leopards.
In Tibet, it is also getting rarer to see the snow leopard and slowly changing their life style and living condition by human influence. There more and more enthusiastic individuals and non-governmental organizations that pulling their effort together to protect these animals like http://www.snowleopard.org
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