There are only 6,500 Snow Leopards left in the world. Snow Leopards get killed like twice a week. People kill the grown up Snow Leopards and leave the cubs behind when they can’t see. They only kill he grown up Snow Leopard for their thick fur.
Snow Leopards can’t really find food because they live in the arctic. If they can’t find food then they might eat other Snow Leopards. They might eat something they don’t want to eat because they can’t find any other food.
Snow Leopards are endangered because people hunt for the adults thick fur. They don’t just take its fur, they also kill it for its meat. They only hunt for the grown up Snow Leopards because they have thicker fur than the cubs. The cub Snow Leopards usually die because it is to cold for the cub.
Snow Leopards thrive in the arctic because their thick fur. The cubs are born with thin fur. The cubs grow their fur really fast so they won’t get that cold. The mother leopard will warm them up until the cubs grow their fur.
You can help a Snow Leopard by adopting one. You can also donate money to help save Snow Leopards. You can do research to know how or what a Snow Leopard does for its ecosystem. Please donate to world wildlife to save the snow leopard
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