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Snow leopards are carnivores. They eat whatever meat they can find (whether they hunted it or not), because they're opportunistic feeders. They eat the bharal, Himalayan tahr, markhor and argali, but will readily take much smaller prey, such as hares and birds.
Unusually among cats, snow leopards also like to eat some vegetation, including grass and twigs.

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