Snow leopard, the world’s rarest creature seen on Mount Everest, photographer took a special picture by walking 165km – न्यूज़लीड India

Snow leopard, the world’s rarest creature seen on Mount Everest, photographer took a special picture by walking 165km


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Updated: Friday, November 11, 2022, 14:04 [IST]

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The snow leopard is one of the most elusive animals in the world. It lives on the mountains of Central and South Asia. It is also known by names like Snow Leopard, ‘Ghost of the Mountain’, Ghost of the Mountains… It is called Ghost of the Mountain because it is not easily visible to anyone. They usually live in the snowy mountains secretly rather than in the forests. Photographing a snow leopard is a huge challenge for a wildlife photographer. But Kittiya Pawlowski, an American photographer, has taken some amazing pictures of Snow Leopard, which are going viral.

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American photographer has photographed Snow Leopard on Mount Everest. These pictures have been shared by Kittiya Pawlowski on her Instagram handle. By sharing these pictures, Kittiya Pawlowski has told how many difficulties she had to face to take the picture of the snow leopard. Photographers say that after trekking for about 165 km in the Himalayas, they have got this perfect picture of a snow leopard.

The female photographer said that the search for the snow leopard had started from north-central Nepal. These photos are from the Annapurna Conservation Area in north-central Nepal. This picture is also special because in it, along with the snow leopard, the beauty of the Himalayan mountain is also seen. The photographer has shared five posts of Snow Leopard on his Insta.

Snow leopards are difficult to locate and locate, which is one reason they are often referred to as the ‘Ghost of the Mountains’. Even though they live in the Tibetan Plateau and in the high mountains of the Himalayas in India, Nepal and Bhutan… they are rare to be seen after spending several days there.

Snow leopard is also found in India. There are five such national parks in the country where the snow leopard can be seen. Here are the names of those five parks, Gangotri National Park, Uttarakhand; Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand Nanda Devi National Park, Uttarakhand Namdhapa National Park.

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