answersLogoWhite
Travel & Places
Mammals
Snow Leopards

Do snow leopds migrate?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2011-02-11 02:58:08

Snow leopards are mammals in the large cat family. The large cat family rarely migrate, unless they are following prey. Snow leopards, however, tend to stay in the same place for a long time and it usually can lead to their death due to extreme temperatures and not enough food. Many snow leopards are dying and becoming extinct because of their stationary ways.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions


snow leopards do not migrate or hibernate


Snow Geese migrate to Texas, Mexico and parts of Central America.



they migrate south because it gets cold in the winter!!!


it depends on the weather


Yes, they are migratory birds.



Snow Leopards don't migrate because their hides and fur are adapted to the freezing cold. They also have white camouflage so that they can hunt more easily during winter.


Rabbits generally like the cold, and they are able to dig through the snow to eat. They don't need to migrate. haha.


They have a very good eyesight and they migrate in winter.


you have to migrate the 3 regis and then have them in your party and go to the snow point temple and then just talk to the statue


snow leopards migte. did u know that this website is a fake. cuz people can give the wrong answer to any thing. hahaha lol


No, they do not migrate. They live in a hot place, that never gets cold or has snow. It only rains where they live. If they live somewhere hot, they do not need to go anywhere else.


Not many do. Some thinning may occur in areas with a lot of snow and very cold weather.


Raccoons do not migrate but they forage for food all year long unless the snow prevents then from hunting in winter. In that case, they remain in their dens and sleep until conditions improve. They do not hibernate, however.


It is there because if you migrate regirock registeel and regice from emerald you can ggo to the statue and catch regigigas.


you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GBGB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GBGB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GBGB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game you have to migrate from a GB game


Pretty well all species of ducks and geese (like Mallards, canvasbacks, pintails, eiders, grebes, Canada geese, snow geese, etc.) migrate south in the fall and fly north in the spring.


Yes, the northern part of the snow goose's winter range is in southern New Mexico. They also migrate through the state in the spring and fall migration; they may or may not stop during this journey. Other bands of snow geese winter in other parts of the U.S. and further south but migrate through separate flyways. See : http://identify.whatbird.com/img/4/2808/image.aspx for a range map.


If they find a place to hide from the frost and snow and if they have enough food to survive. they also might just migrate to a warmer place


They didn't migrate. Animals migrate.


lots of animals migrate and they migrate to meet their needs.


No. Bilbies do not migrate. No Australian marsupials migrate.



Koalas do not migrate. No Australian mammals migrate.



Copyright ยฉ 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.