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Copycat? Collared Snow Leopard Tsetsen Mimics Predecessor

GPS location data show a Mongolian snow leopard tracing the paw marks of another male cat that used to live in the same mountain range.

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Is There Enough Wild Prey for Tost’s Cats?

Snow Leopard Trust scientists count ibex and argali in Mongolia’s Tost Mountains. Their numbers appear stable – and just sufficient for now to sustain the area’s snow leopard population. But it’s a fragile balance.

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Amazing Video of Snow Leopard Cubs

One of our donor-funded remote-sensor research cameras in Mongolia’s Tost mountains has captured stunning, rare footage of a snow leopard mother with three small cubs.

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Video Footage of Rare, Elusive Snow Leopards

Check out exciting new footage from our snow leopard study area in Mongolia’s South Gobi district.

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No Signs of Spring: Frozen Traps Slow Down Study

Less than a week ago, field scientist Örjan Johansson and his team managed to equip a new snow leopard with a GPS collar – the 20th cat we’ll be able to track in our long-term snow leopard study in Mongolia’s South Gobi. Since then, the team have struggled with snow, fog and solid ice, as Örjan reports from base camp.

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