Panthera’s Snow Leopard Scientist Approaches Den With Camera

Orjan Johansson, Panthera’s Snow Leopard Field Scientist and Ph.D. student, approaches a snow leopard den using a camera fixed to an extended pole. He was about to film the first known video of a snow leopard mother and cub in a natal den in Mongolia’s Tost Mountains all while filming from a safe distance. Because of the snow leopard’s secretive and elusive nature, coupled with the extreme and treacherous landscape which they inhabit, dens have been extremely difficult to locate. This is a tremendous discovery and provides invaluable insight into the life story of the snow leopard. See more photos and videos of these snow leopards and others – bit.ly Learn more about these snow leopards in Panthera’s press release – bit.ly Learn more about Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program – bit.ly

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