Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard

Snow leopards are very reclusive and are found in the high, rugged mountains of Central Asia. Illegally hunted for the fur trade, snow leopards are very rare. It is estimated that there are only 3,500 to 7,000 remaining in the wild.

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Invertebrates

  • Acropora
  • African Giant Millipede
  • American Lobster
  • Asian Forest Scorpion
  • Bali Green Slimer
  • Banded Coral Shrimp
  • Bat Star
  • Black Chiton
  • Blood Star
  • Blue Hydnophora
  • Blue Mushroom Coral
  • Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Button Coral
  • Cabbage Leather Coral
  • Chilean Rose-Haired Tarantula
  • Christmas Anemone
  • Cleaner Shrimp
  • Colt Coral
  • Condylactus Anemone
  • Darkling Beetle
  • Desert Hairy Scorpion
  • Dwarf Cuttlefish
  • Emperor Black Scorpion
  • Fish Eating Anemone
  • Frogspawn Coral
  • Giant Green Anemone
  • Giant Green Polyp Duncan
  • Giant Pacific Octopus
  • Giant Plumrose Anemone
  • Goblins Fire Zoanthid
  • Green Nepthea
  • Gumboot Chiton
  • Halloween Crabs
  • Indonesian Torch
  • Kenya Tree Coral
  • Keyhole Limpet
  • Leather Star
  • Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
  • Magicians Zoanthid
  • Mexican Fireleg Tarantula
  • Nassarius Snails
  • Open Brain Coral
  • Orange Capricornis
  • Pencil Urchin
  • Peppermint Shrimp
  • Pineapple Coral
  • Pink Sea Star
  • Purple Chalice Coral
  • Purple Sea Urchin
  • Purple Ochre Star
  • Purple Tree Gorgonian
  • Red Banded Trochus Snail
  • Red Mushroom Coral
  • Ricordea Mushroom Coral
  • Rose Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab
  • Sonoran Centipede
  • Stimpson's Star
  • Stylophora Coral
  • Sun Dendrophyllia
  • Sunflower Star
  • Swimming Anemone
  • Tanzanian Whip Scorpion
  • Tectum Snail
  • Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral
  • Trochus Snail
  • Upside-down Jellyfish
  • Vermillion Star
  • Watermelon Mushroom Coral
  • White-Spotted Anemone
  • White-Spotted Rose Anemone
  • Zoanthids