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considering the areas known to host the species but where no studies have yet been conducted. Moreover, in the regions where the current data indicate that the leopard density is low or the leopard has gone extinct, acting based on these data can produce very dangerous consequences for the continuity of the species.
Acknowledgments
Zahvala
As the author, I would like to thank Dr Ahmet ARPACIK for scientific support.
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