Snow leopards live in ridges, cliffs and rock outcrops. These locations provide camouflage for stalking and sneaking up on prey.
They have smoky-grey coats, patterned with black spots and rosettes. The fur on their bellies is about 5 inches thick.
Their tails are as long as their bodies and serves as a muffler to shield their nose and mouth.
Are members of the Felidae family and smallest of the big cats.
Are the third largest feline species of cats and are normally orange colored with black spots called ‘rosettes’.
Have been around for 2 million years but considered an endangered species with only about 4,000 surviving in the wild today.
Are legendary wild-dogs of Australia though they are also found in South East Asia.
Are small wild canine animals that have a bushy tail and red, brown or grayish colored fur.
Are members of the antelope family and have long faces, long black horns and a short tail with beard like hair on their chins.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.
A Japanese physicist and science essayist.
Are the largest living land animals that are now found in the world