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Chapron, G. Re-wilding: other projects help carnivores stay wild 2005 Nature 437 318
Chetri, M, Odden, M., Sharma, K., Flagstad, O., Wegge, P Estimating snow leopard density using fecal DNA in a large landscape in north-central Nepal 2019 Global Ecology and Conservation 1-8
Chetri, M., Odden, M., Devineau, O., McCarthy, T., Wegge, P. Multiple factors influence local perceptions of snow leopards and Himalayan wolves in the central Himalayas, Nepal. 2020 PeerJ 1-18
Christiansen, P. Canine morphology in the larger Felidae: implications for feeding ecology 2007 Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91 573-592
Fix, A.S.; Riordan, D.P.; Hill, H.T.; Gill, M.A.; Evans, M.B. Feline panleukopena virus and subsequent canine-distemper virus infection in two snow leopards (Panthera uncia) 1989 Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20 273-281
Foose, T.J. A Species Survival PLan (SSP) for snow leopard, Panthera uncia: Genetic and demographic analysis and management 1982 International Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards, Vol. 3 3 81-102
Fox, J. A Review of the Status and Ecology of the Snow Leopard (Panthera uncia) 1989
Fox, J.L.; Sinha, S.P.; Chundawat, R.S.; Das, P.K. Status of the snow leopard Panthera uncia in Northwest India 1991 Biological Conservation 55 283-298
Freeman, H. A preliminary study of the behaviour of captive snow leopards (Panthera uncia) 1974 International Zoo Yearbook 15 217-222
Green, M.J.B. Protected areas and snow leopards: their distribution and status 1987 Tiger Paper 14 1-10