Facts about Snow Leopards:
- Know for its thick fur that has white, yellowish or a soft grey coat with ringed spots of black on brown.
- They hunt wild sheep and goats. Also smaller animals like rodents, hares, and game birds.
- Found in altitudes that range between 9,800 and 17,000 feet.
- China contains 60 percent of snow leopard habitat.
- They stalk their prey and can spring from a distance of 20-50 feet.
- They can leap up to 30 feet, which is six times their body length.
- mating season is between january and mid-March
- They have 2-3 cubs
- Cubs follow their mother on hunts for three months and they stay with there mother through there first winter.
- Head and body length is 47-59 inches, the tail is 30-39 inches long.
- live up to 15 years