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120 snow leopards in Dolpa

Snow Leopard is an endangered and protected wildlife found in the high mountain environment, mainly in She-Phoksundo, Dhorpatan Game Reserve and Annapurna Conservation Area.
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The data of 120 snow leopards found in the Himalayan district of Dolpa, which is considered rare, has been released. According to the data released by the Division Forest Office on Friday after the Wildlife Week, 90 snow leopards were found in the She-Foksundo National Park area and 120 snow leopards were found in the community forest areas of Dolpobuddha and Charkatangsong.

120 snow leopards in Dolpa

According to Divisional Forest Officer Mun Bahadur Rawat, 30 snow leopards have been found in the forest area since 2080.

Similarly, the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Department announced the data of 90 rare snow leopards found in the park on February 2 on the occasion of the World Wetlands Day. According to the official, the number of snow leopards found in 12 countries in Asia is between 4,000 and 6,500. Divisional Officer Rawat said that this number of snow leopards is considered high in Himalayan district Dolpa in terms of population density.

According to Bishwababu Shrestha, Senior Conservation Officer of She-Phoksundo National Park Office, the endangered and protected wildlife found in the high mountain environment is found in She-Phoksundo, Dhorpatan Sikar Reserve and Annapurna Conservation Area. In 2019, 319 automatic cameras were installed in parks and intermediate areas for snow leopard counting.

World Wildlife Fund research field program officer Chandrajung Hamal informed that 80 lakhs were spent in the park and 4.8 lakhs in the community forest area for snow leopard counting. He said that the financial support is from the World Wildlife Fund.

Nepal government and the World Wildlife Fund for the first time in 2009, the sign survey, i.e. counting snow leopard footprints using urine and urine technology, the number is 110 to 130, according to the park. It is said that the main food of snow leopard is Jharal, Ghoral, Naur and their number is more than 4000 in the park. The 319 cameras installed in the

park have an area of ​​8/8 km and a coverage area of ​​4,800. According to the results of the installed cameras, two snow leopards are found in an area of ​​100 square kilometers. The World Wildlife Fund research field program officer Hamal informed that the forest area of ​​Dolpa, along with the She-Foksundo National Park, which was established in 2040, is a famous area for snow leopards.

According to him, snow leopards are found at an altitude of about 3,000 to 4500 meters in the park area. The park covers an area of ​​3,555 square kilometers. Mugum Karmarong Rural Municipality of Mugu and 4 local levels of Dolpa are included in this park. The annual rate of tourists visiting She-Foksundo National Park, named after She-Gumba, is 4,000. The She-Foksundo National Park, which is considered especially suitable for trucking, has an annual park rate of 15 million.

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