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  • At the mountain... 15 minutes later...
  • Easy!! I'm not here to harm you. I just wanted to know everything about you. I'm Melissa Johnson. 
  • Due to Melissa's curiosity, she follows the snow leopard without hesitation.
  • What are you doing here, human? Who are you?
  • Wait! Can I ask you something?
  • How does density-dependent factor affect in everyone of you guys?
  • If the populations of our wild prey such as sheep, musk deer,rabbit, marmot, and pheasant3; our food sources will decreases. It will have a greater effect in our limiting growth populations. As a result, we will be threatened and it is harder for us to survive in any regions without obtaining the food we need.
  • Go away!!
  • At the lobby.....
  • Oh no!!
  • The trip is finish and students are on the bus and ready to leave. Suddenly, they realize one student is missing.
  • Miss Jones! Melissa's missing. We couldn't find her.
  • WHAT!! We should look for her as soon as possible.
  • At the mountain... 30 minutes later...
  • I see. Unlike humans, we can live more than 50 to 80 years compare to other species. 
  • Melissa and Snow Leopard become comfortable to each other and become friends.
  • We can live 22  years in captivity, but in the wildlife, we only have the average life span more likely to be 10 to 12 years5.
  • That's cool. I'm glad to know that.
  • Really? How?
  • Because female snow leopard have very few babies and are able to spend time caring for their babies to grow up. Like humans, snow leopards tend to live a long time and die at an older age7.
  • Did you know we are belong to Type I survivorship curve. It is a pattern where it shows a high rate of juvenile survival and individuals that live until sexual maturity and beyond9,507. 
  • Does snow leopard's compete with other prey?
  • Not really, because we do not often come into contact with other competing carnivores in their habitats due to their elusive nature. This makes us mainly compete with each other just for the prey.
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