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Gauge Height: 4.62'
Flow: 3710 cfps

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High Tide: 6:30pm
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Snow leopard kill caught on camera

On  a snow leopard tour through the Himalayas, guide Adam Riley captured possibly the first-ever images of a snow leopard kill. With fewer than 60 of these cats estimated to be left in the wild, these photos are a stunning achievement.

The scene was captured in Hemis National Park in northern India, which is the largest national park in South Asia and ideal snow leopard habitat. The series of images shows the leopard stalking a small herd of blue sheep in a steep, rocky area. As a group of younger sheep gets separated, the hunt begins (Images courtesy of  Indri Ultimate Wildlife Tours guide Adam Riley):

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