Snow leopards have thick grey and yellow-tinged fur, with solid spots on their head, neck and lower limbs and rosettes over the rest of the body 🤓 Rosettes are large rings enclosing smaller spots 😎 WWF relies on spot patterns to identify individual snow leopards when conducting camera trap research. Also, snow leopards have long and thick tails. These are used to protect their bodies from cold by wrapping them around rocks or balancing on the ground. They are agile due to their short forelimbs, long hind legs and ability to jump up to 50 feet. Their large furry, long paws can be used as snowshoes or padding against sharp rocks. 
This magnificent cat has been the king and queen of the mountains for millennia. Blue sheep, Argali wild lambs, ibex and pikas were all abundant in the mountains. The snow leopard’s habitat range extends across the mountainous regions of 12 countries across Asia: Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. It covers approximately 772,204 sq miles. China accounts for 60%. However, 70% of the snow leopard habitat is still unexplored. The size of a home can range from approximately 4.6 to 15.4 sq. miles in Nepal, up to more than 193 square meters in Mongolia. The population density may vary from 
For snow leopards, steep and rugged terrain is preferred with cliffs, hills, and valleys. They also prefer slopes that are interspersed with rock outcrops. If there is enough cover, the cats can be found in Mongolia or Tibet on relatively flat terrain. In productive habitat in Nepal, a snow leopard’s home range varies from 12 to 39 km² (4.6 – 15 square miles). But in Mongolia with its open terrain and lower ungulate density, it is 500 km² or more (over 200 square miles). Densities range from less than 0.1 to 10 (or more) individuals per 100 km² (about 39 square miles) but current knowledge is insufficient for generating a reliable range-wide population estimate. The cat’s habitat is among the least productive of the world’s rangelands due to low temperaturesHigh aridity, and severe climatic conditions. Briane Thayer (Basel, Switzerland), last modified this page 28 days ago 
Based on an article new from worldatlas.comPanthera uncia, also known as the snow leopard is a large cat native to mountainous areas of South Asia and Central Asia. Snow leopards are adapted to harsh environments, and have evolved in subalpine and alpine areas. Snow leopards can climb steep mountainsides with ease and blend in the environment to hide while they hunt. A female snow leopard can bear between 1 and 5 cubs. However, they are more likely to have 2 or 3 litters. The snow leopard cubs come with thick fur, but they are dependent upon their mother for the next 18 months. months old. Cubs also come blind at birth, although their eyes are usually open within a week. For their latest insights, thanks to Georganna Read (Chon Buri Thailand).