Climate & Environment

Officials hope data on two snow leopards movement will help in conservation efforts

Fitting two males of the species in Shey Phoksundo National Park in Dolpa with GPS collars, weighing 300-400 grams, will also provide information on their habitat, behaviour and prey base. Officials hope data on two snow leopards movement will help in conservation efforts
This male snow leopard fitted with a GPS collar and named Lhangken weighs 38 kg and is six years old.  DNPWC/WWF Nepal
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Chandan Kumar Mandal
Published at : June 3, 2021
Updated at : June 3, 2021 12:30
Kathmandu

Chandan Kumar Mandal

Chandan Kumar Mandal is the environment and migration reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering labour migration and governance, as well as climate change, natural disasters, and wildlife.


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