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29 September 11
Photo by: Tambako the Jaguar
26 September 11
Photo by:  Tambako the Jaguar
21 September 11
Kiran and Kalmali, nearly two months old, after their first check-up in  early September at Albuquerque Biological Park. The cubs and mother, Kachina, are now exploring their  exhibit on the Zoo’s Cat Walk.
Photo by: Albuquerque BioPark

Kiran and Kalmali, nearly two months old, after their first check-up in early September at Albuquerque Biological Park. The cubs and mother, Kachina, are now exploring their exhibit on the Zoo’s Cat Walk.

Photo by: Albuquerque BioPark

18 August 11
Photo by: yasa_

Photo by: yasa_

10 August 11
Photo by: Joachim S. Müller
8 August 11
Photo by: Joachim S. Müller
31 July 11
Photo by:  Joachim S. Müller
27 July 11
Photo by: Joachim S. Müller
24 July 11
Photo by: Joachim S. Müller
20 July 11
First Pictures: Snow Leopards Rebounding in AfghanistanThis scratching snow leopard is among several of the big cats recently photographed by the camera traps in Afghanistan.
The   traps, which are triggered by motion, were placed at 16 locations   throughout the Wakhan Corridor by local Afghan men who are being trained   as rangers to help monitor and protect wildlife, according to the   Wildlife Conservation Society.
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Photograph: Wildlife Conservation Society

First Pictures: Snow Leopards Rebounding in Afghanistan
This scratching snow leopard is among several of the big cats recently photographed by the camera traps in Afghanistan.

The traps, which are triggered by motion, were placed at 16 locations throughout the Wakhan Corridor by local Afghan men who are being trained as rangers to help monitor and protect wildlife, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society.

See more.

Photograph: Wildlife Conservation Society

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh