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// Early studies found that attacking livestock in enclosures, also know as corrals, is an opportunistic hunting behaviour for snow leopards and not necessarily driven by lack of adequate prey to eat.

Early studies found that attacking livestock in enclosures, also know as corrals, is an opportunistic hunting behaviour for snow leopards and not necessarily driven by lack of adequate prey to eat.

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