#1. Snow leopards have adapted to live in the cold, high mountains of Asia. Which of the following is not true about snow leopard physiology?
#2. The scientific name for snow leopards is Panthera _
#3. It is believed that there are 3,500 - 7,000 snow leopards in the wild. The IUCN Red List categorizes snow leopards as _
#4. Snow leopards are generally considered crepuscular, meaning activity usually peaks at what time(s) of day?
#5. Snow leopards have a unique pattern on their coat that is crucial to helping us recognize individual cats. This pattern is known as _
#6. Snow leopard cubs stay close to their mothers until they begin exploring on their own at about _ months
#7. Which of the following is not a common snow leopard prey species?
#8. Snow leopard range is spread across _ countries.
#9. Snow leopards face many threats. Which of the following is not a major threat to the species currently?
#10. We partner with local and indigenous communities to protect the snow leopard. Which of the following is not one of our conservation programs?
#11. BONUS: Snow leopards have thick fur to help them keep warm. In fact, it’s estimated they have about _ hairs per square inch.
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