What does a snow leopard and a school bus have in common?
A snow leopard can cover 50 feet in one leap. (That's as long as a school bus!) These big cats can't roar, but they do hiss, growl, yowl, and purr.... go here for more...
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How long do snow leopards live?
In captivity, snow leopards have been known to live for as long as 22 years. Life in the wild is much harder, so the life expectancy of wild snow leopards is more likely to be 10 to 12 years.
How long are baby snow leopards blind?
Snow leopards first reproduce at around 2 and a half years old. Usually 2 or 3 cubs are born in spring or early summer in a well-concealed den lined with the mother’s fur. snow leopard cubs in the wild Cubs are born blind and don’t gain their sight until they’re nine days old. They are fully active by two months old and stay with their mother until they are 2 years old. More Interesting facts about Snow Leopards here...
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