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Snow Leopards Caught on Camera

This extraordinary scene is from a cache of video and photos taken through a camera trap study by the Royal Government of Bhutan and WWF in Wangchuck Centennial Park, the country's largest protected area. In 2012 and 2013, the cameras filmed both predator and prey species, ranging from the Tibetan wolf to the musk deer, suggesting this protected area is a key refuge for Himalayan biodiversity. Read more about WWF's work with snow leopards.

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