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In “The Snow Leopard Project,” a biologist shares tales of conserving wildlife in the midst of political instability.

The author of “The Snow Leopard Project: And Other Adventures in Warzone Conservation” discusses his globetrotting career as a “conservation diplomat” and his efforts to protect wildlife in Afghanistan, where he helped create the nation’s first national park and searched for the threatened snow leopard. (Visual: )

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