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A photographer is using hidden cameras to help study the elusive snow leopard in the Himalayas
Tashi Ghale, a school dropout, has been recognised as a citizen scientist and field biologist for his work and even has a wild cat species named after him.
· Jun 20, 2018 · 09:30 pm
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