The Alaskan Snow Crab has a very short adulthood. The do not
reach maturity until they are 6 or 7 years old; the average
lifespan is around 10 years.
Because they live in the cold.
Until they are captured and Killed (Eaten) otherwise they are immortal.
You can find snow crabs in the Northern waters of Canada and Alaska. They live in deep, cold water with a sandy bottom.
There is no such animal as a snow lion. There are snow leopards but they do not live in Antarctica.
The average snow crab fishing season is from April to August. The best quality snow crabs come from the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Snow Petrels can live up to 20 years in the wild.
Snow owls live for about 9.5 years in the wild.most live for 35 years in capativity.
snow leopards live about until they're 20-40 something
I think it might be the polar bears
Yes, the snow leopard is generally a solitary animal but may hunt with a second animal, especially with a potential mate.
They can't live in a house
Streams, melting snow, from its prey. Most snow leopards live at high altitudes, which have alot of snow.The animal will eat snow on occasion, as well.
Crabs are scavengers. If a person were to drown and sink, crabs wouldn't mind having a nibble at the body.
Tigers can live twenty years or more.