For two years, the bond between this snow leopard mother (left) and her daughter has been close, but soon the two will go their separate ways and this cub will face surviving in the Himalayan mountains alone.
It is thought there may be as few as 3500 snow leopards left in the wild. They are famously elusive and difficult to film and have become increasingly threatened by climate change and human disturbance.
In the second episode of Planet Earth II, we climb high into the world’s great mountain ranges where only a few pioneering animals have what it takes to survive.
Nibble ibex, groovy grizzly bears scratching their backs on trees, swooping eagles and a leaping bobcat are all masters of their sky-high domains.
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