Snow Leopard

Describe the animal

Snow leopards have thick fur that is white, yellowish, or soft grey with ringed spots of black on brown for all three.

How is it born? How does the mother care for her young?

Mothers give birth to live young. The young follow their mother on hunts at three months and remain with her through the first winter.

How does it get its food? What does it eat?

Snow leopards hunt for food. Primarily wild sheep and goats.

Where does it live, and what are some of its habits?

Snow leopards live in the rugged mountains of Central Asia. They prefer cold, dry habitats.

Who are it's enemies, and how does it defend itself?

The enemy of the snow leopard is man. The snow leopard uses it's sharp teeth and claws to protect itself.