Leo the Snow Leopard review Ì 7

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Leo the Snow LeopardThe true story of a baby snow leopard's amazing rescueWhen Leo was less than seven weeks old he became orphaned in the snowy Himalayan mountains in Pakistan Snow leopards need their mothers during the first. Here’s another nicely presented animal rescue story from the authors behind Owen and Mzee Boasting stunning photos Leo is the story of a snow leopard found orphaned in the Himalayas by a goat herder and his eventual journey to America’s Bronx zoo Leo could not be released into the wild because he had imprinted on humans at an early age a deadly situation in an area plagued by poachingThe text also includes in depth information about snow leopards and endangered species in general Unfortunately the rare cats continue to be illegally killed for their fur Leo would make a nice humane education resource for discussions on endangered species helping animals and selflessness the goat herder could have decided to harm the leopard for financial gain but he chose to do the right thing instead Those who do not like the idea of zoos will probably dislike the decidedly pro zoo and pro captive breeding bent of this story I personally am not anti zoo but I thought I’d throw that out there

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Ities who also found themselves without the resources to help him When the Wildlife Conservation Society learned of Leo's plight they knew they had to do something There was a special place that could save L. This is a sweet story with valuable information about the snow leopard and the agencies that help care for abandon or injured animals around the globe I like the introduction at the beginning and the information at the end also Well done

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Leo the Snow Leopard review Ì 7 ↠ The true story of a baby snow leopard's amazing rescueWhen Leo was less than seven weeks old he became orphaned in the snowy Himalayan mountains in Pakistan Snow leopards need their mothers during the first two years of their lives but Leo was all alone Luckily the cub was rescued by a kind shepherd and his family Two years of their lives but Leo was all alone Luckily the cub was rescued by a kind shepherd and his family who hand fed Leo and kept him safe But Leo uickly grew too large and was given to Pakistani author. We use and excerpt from Owen Mzee in our curriculum and the kids always want to find and read the whole book This book would be the same way I think that lost and helpless animals are one of the few things we can all agree are troubling This book and all of them do a great job introducing the reader to different places around the globe people that care for animals and our environment in different ways and how teamwork is what is necessary for these animals to survive This is a great addition to our environments unit for science or our teamwork unit at the beginning of the year