Here is an incredibly rare video of young Snow Leopards. From Panthera on Facebook: "A camera trap set up by Panthera and the Snow Leopard Trust at our Tost Mountain study area in South Gobi, Mongolia recently captured 61 close-up images of three snow leopards. Like a flip book, taken together these photos produce this amazing video. We think that these three snow leopards are siblings that have recently left their mother, but are still traveling together. In this region we have eight snow leopards that are currently fitted with GPS collars, and we are monitoring their movements to better understand their needs and threats, which will ultimately help us to protect these 'mountain ghosts.' Read more about our snow leopard conservation efforts in Mongolia where Panthera and the Snow Leopard Trust are collaborating on the first ever long-term study of snow leopards. See USA Today's article featuring this video here."
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