Trans-Alai

Trans-Alai

(trăns-älī`, trănz–), mountain range, central Asia, a part of the Pamir-Alai mountain system. The Trans-Alai extends 155 mi (249 km) W from China to form the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. It rises to 23,382 ft (7,127 m) in Lenin Peak (also called Ibn Sina Peak and Kuh-i-Gamo).
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The snow leopard inhabits all regions of Kyrgyzstan, the Tian-Shan mountains and the northern the ridges of the Pamir-Alai (Alai, Trans-Alai and Turkestan ranges).
They are thus found in the Pamir, Alai, and Trans-Alai mountain ranges ...

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