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Seeking the Snow Leopard

By: Jon Miceler(Author)
48 pages, colour photos
Seeking the Snow Leopard
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  • Seeking the Snow Leopard ISBN: 9781943431168 Hardback Feb 2017 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Stunning photographs illustrate this first-hand account of an expedition to trap and collar an elusive and endangered snow leopard. This hopeful book will introduce young readers to the culture and ecology of the eastern Himalayas.



Age Level: Junior scientist

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Jon Miceler is the eastern Himalayan director for the World Wildlife Fund. He has explored mountain terrain all over the world, and he is an expert on the cultures and animals of the Himalayan region. This is his first book for children.

By: Jon Miceler(Author)
48 pages, colour photos
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