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Hameed, S., Din, J. U., Ali, H., Kabir, M., Younas, M., Rehman, E. U., Bari, F., Hao, W., Bischof, R., Nawaz, M. A. Identifying priority landscapes for conservation of snow leopards in Pakistan 2020 Plos One 1-20
Chetri, M., Odden, M., Wegge, P. Snow Leopard and Himalayan Wolf: Food Habits and Prey Selection in the Central Himalayas, Nepal 2017 Plos 2-16
Singh, N.J. Animal – Habitat relationships in high altitude rangelands 2008 PhD Thesis 150
Trepanier, L.A.; Cribb, A.E.; Spielberg, S.P.; Ray, K. Deficiency of cytosolic arylamine N-acetylation in the domestic cat and wild felids caused by the presence of a single NAT1-like gene 1998 Pharmacogenetics 8 169-179
Khan, J. Markets for Snow Leopards: Enviropreneur Snapshots 2008 PERC Reports 26 1-1
Malik, M.M. Management of Chitral Gol National Park, Pakistan 1985 People and protected areas in the Hindu Kush – Himalaya 103-106
Aruge, S., Batool, H., Khan, F. M., Abbas, F. I., Janjua, S A pilot study�genetic diversity and population structure of snow leopards of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, using molecular techniques. 2019 PeerJ 1-14
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
Lucas, P.H.C. Nepal's park for the highest mountain 1975 PARKS 2 12-15
Prakash, I. Asian predators of livestock 1985 Parasites, pests and predators.World animal science B2 405-410