Middle Eastern Endangered Animals
Snow leopards are found in about 12 countries, such as China, Bhutan, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Russia, and Mongolia. Their one of the most enigmatic wild cats that live and travel in solitude over vast distances of isolated and rugged mountain ranges in Central Asia.
Snow leopards are mostly hunted by humans. Mainly for their fur, to prevent attacks on domestic livestock, and for the eastern pseudo-medicine market.
This cat has been known for their beautiful fur. Their fur structures help it survive in its habitat, and helps it with transportation.
Snow leopards occasionally prey on domestic live in their habitat. Herders depend on these animals for food and money, The lose of a singe sheep or goat can cause hardness on an entire family. Some people don't want anymore at attacks.
The bones and other body parts are in use for traditional Asian medicine.