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Name:Snow Leopard cub

Item No:RC16028W

Product Size:12.2cm*5.5cm

Scientific Data :

RC16028W
Name:Snow Leopard cub


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:Mountain ranges of Central and South Asia.


Animal class:Mammal


Real animal size:25 cm long


weight:0,45 kg


Conservation status:Endangered


features:They are stocky and short-legged, four legs, small ears, long, thick fur, and their base color varies from smoky gray to yellowish tan, with whitish underparts.



Details

RC16028W
Name:Snow Leopard cub


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:Mountain ranges of Central and South Asia.


Animal class:Mammal


Real animal size:25 cm long


weight:0,45 kg


Conservation status:Endangered


features:They are stocky and short-legged, four legs, small ears, long, thick fur, and their base color varies from smoky gray to yellowish tan, with whitish underparts.


Did you know?

The young cubs live with their mothers until two years of age, which is about the same time they eat solid food? During the time spent with their mothers, cubs learn how to hunt down prey and their mothers teach them handy hunting skills for survival? By the end of 2 years, the cubs are already old enough to leave their mothers and live independent lives?



QUESTION: Why do most cubs do not reach adulthood?


ANSWER: Most cubs do not reach adulthood due to many natural and even man-made reasons like habitat destruction.