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The Un-Common Leopard: presence, distribution and abundance in Gallies and Murree Forest Division, Northern Pakistan
The leopard Panthera pardus is thought to be sparsely distributed across Pakistan and there is limited understanding of the demographic structure and distribution of the species in this country. We conducted a study, from April to July 2017, and, from March to June 2018, in the northern Pakistan region to establish the presence and distribution of leopards, mindful at the outset of their abundance in that region. The presence of leopards was confirmed in the Swat, Dir and Margalla Hills region.doi:10.3897/natureconservation.37.32748 fatcat:yquukoxxcfdaxnshzw57ywppfu