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Sobanskiy G.G. (1988). The cat family. Snow leopard, or irbis.
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Spitsin, V., & Koshkarev, E. (1988). Status and Distribution of Snow Leopard in Kirgizia (U.S.S.R.). In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 21–23). International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Taber, R. (1988). Long Term Research in Snow Leopard Conservation. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 255–259). India: International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Taber, R. D. (1988). Toward a Free-Living Snow Leopard Recovery Plan. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (261). Usa: ISLT and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Wemmer, C., & Sunquist, M. (1988). Felid Reintroductions: Economic and Energetic Considerations. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 193–205). India: International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Wharton, D., & Freeman, H. (1988). The Snow Leopard in North America: Captive Breeding Under the Species Survival PLan. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 131–136). India: International Snow Leoaprd Trust and WIldlife Institute of India.
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Yanfa, L., & Bangjie, T. (1988). A Preliminary Study on the Geographical Distribution of Snow Leopards in China. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 51–63). Interanational Snow Leopard Trust and The Wildlife Institute of India.
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Freeman, H. (1988). Introduction to the Fifth International Snow Leopard Symposium. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (ix). International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Freeman, H. (1988). Proceedings of the Fifth International Snow Leopard Symposium. India: International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.
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Government of India. (1988). The snow leopard conservation scheme.
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