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Braden, K. (1992). The Outlook for Snow Leopard Protection in Four New Countries of Central Asia (Vol. x). Seattle: Islt.
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Johnston, L. A., Donoghue, A. M., O'Brien, S. J., & Wildt, D. E. (1991). Rescue and maturation in vitro of follicular oocytes collected from nondomestic felid species. Biol Reprod, 45(6), 898–906.
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Kanderian, N., Lawson, D., Zahler, P. (2011). Current status of wildlife and conservation in Afghanistan. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 68(3), 281–298.
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Khan, A. (2004). Snow Leopard Occurrence in Mankial Valley, Swat: Final report.
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Koshkarev, E., & Vyrypaev, V. (2000). The snow leopard after the break-up of the Soviet Union. Cat News, 32, 9–11.
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Raghavan, B., Bhatnagar, Y., & Qureshi, Q. (2003). Interactions between livestock and Ladakh urial (Ovis vignei vignei); final report.
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Roth, T. L., Howard, J. G., Donoghue, A. M., Swanson, W. F., & Wildt, D. E. (1994). Function and culture requirements of snow leopard (Panthera uncia) spermatozoa in vitro. J Reprod Fertil, 101(3), 563–569.
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Roth, T. L., Swanson, W. F., Wildt, D. E., Collins, D., Burton, M., & Garell, D. M. (1996). Snow leopard (Panthera uncia) spermatozoa are sensitive to alkaline pH, but motility in vitro is not influenced by protein or energy supplements (Vol. 17).
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