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Author Korytin S.A.
Title (up) Animal's behavior near attractions. Animal's reaction to chasing with dogs. Animal behavior and traps Type Miscellaneous
Year 1986 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 49-51
Keywords Cats; behavior; snow leopard.; 7300; Russian
Abstract It describes trophic behavior of the cat family species (lion, tiger, leopard, snow leopard, cheetah, caracal, reed cat, wild cat and domestic cat), their reaction to dog-chasing and behavioral patterns when trapped. Snow leopards (Uncia uncia) sometime eat dead animals. After killing the prey they take it away. Irbis eats the carcass, half-risen on front limbs, beginning from the chest and front limbs or lower part of belly, usually not touching intestines. It eats slowly and spends a lot of time near the carcass and returns to the carcass several times. Known are cases that two snow leopards, or a snow leopard and wolf eating the prey together. Snow leopard usually keeps birds off the carcass. If a man approaches snow leopard normally goes away, sometimes putting up with his close presence. Escaping from dogs, snow leopard was seen to plunge into the river. When trapped, snow leopard rather easily surrenders to man.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Habits of wild animals. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 708 Serial 551
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Author Sultanov G.S.
Title (up) Animals protection, reproduction and use Type Miscellaneous
Year 1974 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 30-37
Keywords Uzbekistan; fauna; extinct; close to extinct; rare species; snow leopard; conservation measures; territorial protection.; 8340; Russian
Abstract Caspian tiger, cheetah, moral have disappeared from the region's fauna. Species such as hyena, leopard, manul are endangered, honey badger and caracal available only on the south of Karakalpakstan, lynx, snow leopard and saiga are rare species. The implemented protection measures helped Iranian otter, Bukhara red deer, marchor, and Severtsev's sheep escape a total extermination. To preserve many valuable animals in Uzbekistan small investments in their habitats improvement are required. Nature reserves and preserves occupy a total area of more than 220,000 ha in the country. All rare species of Central Asia's fauna are under protection of the state.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Nature and man. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 812 Serial 944
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Author Asai, K.
Title (up) Animals waiting for salvation Type Miscellaneous
Year 1976 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 11
Keywords snow leopard, captivity, Higashiyama Zoo, Nagoya City, Japan
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ Serial 1219
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Author Severtsov N.A.
Title (up) Animals. Mammalia. Typical mountain animals. Taxonomic tables of the Turkistan fauna Type Miscellaneous
Year 1953 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 20, 29-38, 104-105
Keywords Centarl Asia; geographical zones; fauna; mammals; snow leopard.; 8120; Russian
Abstract Geo-botanic and zoogeographical description of altitude landscape zones of Central Asia is given. Snow leopard (Felis irbis), ibex (Capra sibirica), brown bear (Ursus leuconyx), dhole (Canis alpinus) and others (10 species in total) are vertically distributed (2,348 3,048 m) in the deciduous forest, fir forest and alpine meadow zones.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Vertical and horizontal distribution of Turkistan animals (printed according to the edition of 1873). Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 790 Serial 878
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Author Jackson, R., Ahlborn, G.G.
Title (up) Appendix: Snow leopard managment recommendations provided to HMG in: Himalayan Snow Leopard Project: Final Progress Report, Phase I. Report: 1-7. Himalayan Type Report
Year 1986 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 1-7
Keywords action plan, CCT, conservation, Himalaya, human wildlife conflict, hunting, livestock, local participation, local people, management/protected
Abstract Preliminary recommendations for the management of snow leopard and its prey are provided for the Langu Valley segment of the Shey-Pkoksundo National Park. Park-wide and country-wide conservation options and management recommendations await results of the surveys scheduled for 1987. The following management objectives are formulated: 1) Protection and ultimate restoration of all natural communities within the area 2) Special protection measures for snow leopard and musk deer (strict control of hunting and livestock grazing) 3) Secure natural resources around local villages 4) Respect traditional rights of villagers, while controlling high impact human activities 5) Secure cooperation of local people. These objectives are refined and recommendations for concrete conservation actions are made.

Notes: document is a part of the Himalayan Snow Leopard Project: Final Progress Report, Phase I
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ Serial 1119
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Author Rodgers, T. W.,Janecka, J. E.
Title (up) Applications and techniques for non-invasive faecal genetics research in felid conservation Type Journal Article
Year 2013 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages
Keywords Conservation . Elusive species . Faecal DNA . Felidae . Non-invasive genetics
Abstract Non-invasive genetic techniques utilising DNA extracted from faeces hold great promise for felid conservation research. These methods can be used to establish species

distributions, model habitat requirements, analyse diet, estimate abundance and population density, and form the basis for population, landscape and conservation genetic analyses. Due to the elusive nature of most felid species, non-invasive genetic methods have the potential to provide

valuable data that cannot be obtained with traditional observational or capture techniques. Thus, these methods are particularly valuable for research and conservation of endangered

felid species. Here, we review recent studies that use non-invasive faecal genetic techniques to survey or study wild felids; provide an overview of field, laboratory and analysis techniques; and offer suggestions on how future non-invasive genetic studies can be expanded or improved to more effectively support conservation.
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Call Number SLN @ rakhee @ Serial 1430
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Author Reading, R.P.; Amgalanbaatar, S.; Mix, H.; Lhagvasuren, B.
Title (up) Argali Ovis ammon surveys in Mongolia's South Gobi Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Oryx Abbreviated Journal
Volume 31 Issue 4 Pages 285-294
Keywords Mongolia; argali; gobi; livestock; population; status; 5220
Abstract Claims poaching and competition with domestic livestock are threatening the argali's survival in Mongolia. The author's conducted aerial and ground surveys in the South Gobi and estimated a populaton size of approximately 3,900 argali.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 507 Serial 811
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Author Moiseev V.
Title (up) Around Tien Shan and Hissaro-Alai Type Miscellaneous
Year 1993 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 7-14
Keywords Uzbekistan; Chatkal nature reserve; rare species; game species; brown bear; Menzbier's marmot; golden eagle; wild ibex; wild boar; snow leopard.; 7700; Russian
Abstract A visit to a nature reserve, where the author met protected animals, is described in a popular form. It describes the encounters with wild boar, griffon vulture, brown bear, Menzbier's marmot, Tien Shan souslik, golden eagle, snow leopard, and Siberian ibex.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Alone with nature. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 748 Serial 700
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Author Prakash, I.
Title (up) Asian predators of livestock Type Journal Article
Year 1985 Publication Parasites, pests and predators.World animal science Abbreviated Journal
Volume B2 Issue Pages 405-410
Keywords predators; asia; snow-leopard; livestock; status; prey; Panthera-uncia; distribution; predator; snow leopard; browse; panthera uncia; panthera; uncia; 870
Abstract Outlines the distribution, status and predatory behaviour on livestock of Chinese alligator Alligator sinensis, gharial Gavialis gangeticus and several species of Crocodylus and Python; and of wolf Canis lupus, Asiatic jackal C. aureus, dhole (Indian wild dog) Cuon alpinus, brown bear Ursus arctos, Asiatic black bear Selenarctos thibetanus, striped hyaena Hyaena hyaena, clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa, leopard (panther) Panthera pardus, tiger P. tigris, lion P. leo, snow leopard P. uncia, other Felidae and Viverridae. -P.J.Jarvis
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Notes ED: Gaafar,-S.M.; et-al. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 84 Serial 791
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Author Jackson, R.; Nepali, H.S.; Sherpa, A.R.
Title (up) Aspects of wildlife protection and utilization in the Makalu-Barun Conservation Area Type Miscellaneous
Year 1990 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 76
Keywords protected-area; conservation; park; parks; reserve; refuge; Nepal; Makalu-Barun; browse; protected; area; areas; protected area; protected areas; makalu barun; makalu; barun; 3380
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Notes The Makalu-Barun Conservation Project Working Paper Publication Series 11. Kathmandu, Nepal Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 170 Serial 446
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