They can make a variety of noises, including: Purring, Hissing, Growling, Moaning, and Yowling.

According to the website Snow Leopard Trust, one snow leopard traveled across a desert overnight, covering 27 miles.

Snow leopards eat a variety of mountain animals, such as Blue Sheep, Ibex, Marmots, Pika, Hares, Goats, and Birds.

Their Size, Lifespan, Color of their Fur, Diet and food sources, and Vocalization patterns all differ from other types of lowland leopards.

The Alpine zone is the area between the timberline and decreasing limit of snow. The Sub-Alpine zone is the area below every international timberline.

Snow Leopards shed bi-annually. When their fur grows back in the winter, it becomes a thicker and lighter color coat. During the summer, it becomes darker and shorter.

Snow leopards are extremely difficult to monitor, or to count, due to their shyness, naturally low densities, activity patterns, and wide-ranging movements.

Snow leopards live an average of 10 years in the wild, due to the dangerous conditions and terrain in the Himalayas, but in captivity, they live much longer–approximately 20 years.

Snow leopards average 2 to 3 cubs per litter!