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WWF Wild Friends, Book 4: Snow Leopard Lost

Out of Print
Series: WWF Wild Friends Volume: 4
By: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)(Author)
128 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Red Fox
WWF Wild Friends, Book 4: Snow Leopard Lost
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  • WWF Wild Friends, Book 4: Snow Leopard Lost ISBN: 9781849416962 Paperback Aug 2012 Out of Print #210232
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Emily's dad is in Mongolia, helping to set up a new project to help endangered snow leopards in the area. When Emily goes to visit him at half term, she can't believe her luck when she makes friends with adorable snow leopard cub, Leo. But not everyone is as pleased that the leopards are making themselves at home. With the help of local boy Bataar, can Emily show the villagers that there's a way to live peacefully with the leopards?

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The World Wide Fund for Nature is an international organization working on issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. It is the world's largest independent conservation organization with over 5 million supporters worldwide, working in more than 100 countries, supporting around 1,300 conservation and environmental projects.

Out of Print
Series: WWF Wild Friends Volume: 4
By: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)(Author)
128 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Red Fox
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