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Hussain, S. Protecting the snow leopard and enhancing farmers' livelihoods: A pilot insurance scheme in Baltistan 2000 Mountain-Research-and-Development. 20 226-231
Sivolobov, R. ENDANGERED SPECIES OF KORYAKIA AND CHUKOTKA: IRBIS, TIGER AND THE IRKUYEM-BEAR 2017 225-233
Petrov B.M. Game fauna in western extremities of the Tien Shan and specific issues of its enrichment and use 1963 224-225
Poyarkov, A. D., Munkhtsog, B., Korablev, M. P., Kuksin, A. N., Alexandrov, D. Y., Chistopolova, M. D.,Hernandez-Blanco, J. A., Munkhtogtokh, O., Karnaukhov, A. S., Lkhamsuren, N., Bayaraa, M., Jackson, R. M., Maheshwari, A., Rozhnov, V. V. Assurance of the existence of a trans-boundary population of the snow leopard (Panthera uncia) at Tsagaanshuvuut – Tsagan- Shibetu SPA at the Mongolia-Russia border 2020 Integrative Zoology 224-231
Graham, L.H.; Goodrowe, K.L.; Raeside, J.I.; Liptrap, R.M. Non-invasive monitoring of ovarian function in several felid species by measurement of fecal estradiol-17-beta and progestins 1995 Zoo Biology 14 223-237
Green, M.J.B. Protecting the mountains of Central Asia and their snow leopard populations 1994 223-239
Karesh, W.B.; Russell, R. Ovarian dysgerminoma in a snow leopard (Panthera uncia) 1988 Journal Of Zoo Animal Medicine 19 223-225
Syroyechkovskiy E.E. Kazakhstan and Central Asia 1975 223-231
Bannikov A.G. Mountains of Middle Asia and Kazakhstan 1966 222-223
Sludsky A.A. Genus Snow leopard Uncia Gray, 1854. Snow leopard Uncia uncia Schreber, 1775 1982 Vol. III, Part 2. 222-240