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Waits, L. P., Buckley-Beason, V. A., Johnson, W. E., Onorato, D., & McCarthy, T. (2006). A select panel of polymorphic microsatellite loci for individual identification of snow leopards (Panthera uncia)  (Vol. 7).
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Roth, T. L., Swanson, W. F., & Wildt, D. E. (1995). Snow leopard (Panthera unica) sperm longevity in vitro is not influenced by protein or energy source supplements but is affected by buffer source. Theriogenology, 43(1), 309.
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Jackson, R., & Wangchuk, R. (2004). A Community-Based Approach to Mitigating Livestock Depredation by Snow Leopards (Vol. 9).
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Swanson, W. F. (2003). Research in Nondomestic Species: Experiences in Reproductive Physiology Research for Conservation of Endangered Felids (Vol. 4).
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Pocock, R. I. (1930). Tha panthers and ounces of Asia. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 84, 307–336.
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Ming, M., Xu, F. (2006). Successful Camera Trapping on Snow Leopard in Muzat Valley, Tomur Feng Nature Reserve, Xinjiang, P. R. China. Arid Land Geography, , 307–308.
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Pocock, R. I., R.I. (1916). On the tooth-change, cranial characters, and classification of the snow leopard or ounce (Felis uncia). Annals and Magazine of Natural History, , 306–316.
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Yongsheng, L. (1994). International hunting and the involvement of local people in Dulan, Qinghai, China. In J.L.Fox, & D.Jizeng (Eds.), (pp. 305–314). Usa: Islt.
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Lovari, S., Ventimiglia, M., Minder, I. (2013). Food habits of two leopard species, competition, climate change and upper treeline: a way to the decrease of an endangered species? Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 25(4), 305–318.
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