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Author (up) Baidavletov R.J. url  openurl
  Title Large predators of the Kazakhstan Altai and their importance for hunting industry Type Miscellaneous
  Year 2002 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 79-81  
  Keywords Kazakhstan; Altai; large predators; snow leopard; distribution; number; preys.; 6110; Russian  
  Abstract Fauna of large predatory mammals in the Kazakhstan Altai is represented by five species: wolf, bear, glutton, lynx, and snow leopard. Snow leopard inhabits the Sarymsakty and Tarbagai ridges and South Altai. This species is observed to regularly penetrate into the Kutun and Kurchum ridges. Its habitat covers an area of 1,800 sq. km, its population being 14-16 animals. The population density is 0.7 1.0 animals per 100 sq. km. A hunting area of a female animal with two cubs is 45 85 sq. km; a male 120 sq. km. Snow leopard main preys on ibex (41.1 percent), roe-deer (31.0 percent), and moral (13.8 percent); in summer on gray marmot (28.6 percent). Snow leopard is also known to prey on hares, birds, argali, and elks.  
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  Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Zoological studies in Kazakhstan. Approved no  
  Call Number SLN @ rana @ 590 Serial 107  
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