Where Do Snow Leopards Live?


Snow leopards live in mountainous and steep areas for instance in Central Asia such as the Himalayan Highlands of Tibet, Nepal, India, Bhutan and many others. In these locations there is less plant namely alpine and sub-alpine zones where they come to alpine in warmer, summer months of the year. They occupy sub-alpine in colder, winter months following the animals that they hunt for food. They animate in fragmented populations that cover only a small fraction of the total land area.
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Snow Leopards inhabit the mountain ranges of Central Asia stretching from northwestern China to Tibet and the Himalayas. They live in mountain steppes and coniferous forest scrub at altitudes ranging from 2000 to 6000 meters.
Snow leopards live in central Asia inside alongside the mountains. Snow leopards are relatively small compared to other wild cats you may see.
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