Part two of “A Cat Called Elvis” sees the Dye family hitting the road in their ongoing search for the rarely seen snow leopard. But traveling in Mongolia isn’t as easy as jumping into your SUV and motoring down the I-90! Charles, Ann and baby Colm are joining the Kazakhi winter migration – a three day journey by horse and camel over high, rocky trails and across expanding planes to fresh pastures. When they reach their destination they receive some interesting news – the week before, a snow leopard was spotted in the area and attacked some horses near by. Is this the chance Charles has been waiting for to use his remote sensor cameras and capture a snow leopard on film?
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