Beautiful white Snow Leopard
by Anna Chronopoulos
Description: Snow leopards have a very nice soft grey coat. They have white fur on there belly. There limbs are marked with solid black or brown spots. HABITAT: Mountain steppes. Prefer mountain regions in winter.
BIOME: An ice and snow biome.
INTERESTING FACTS: Snow Leopards are not able to roar like a lion or a tiger. They can jump to 50 feet. Their tail keeps them balanced.
SHELTER: They move to meadows and rocky areas during the summer months.
BIOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS: Snow Leopards are solitary animals and the top predator in their range. No other animals routinely benefit from the snow leopard in a symbiotic relationship with the exception with some birds or small carnivores that will occasionally scavenge their kills.