Snow Leopards live at very high elevations, usually in the mountains. They have developed the ability to survive in very cold temperatures. A common temperature for their habitat is -25 degrees C (-13 degrees F).
humid sometimes hot and dry
They have a thick and warm coat, that adapts them to cool temperatures. In fact, snow leopards like to live in higher altitudes because of the cold temperature.
It is very cold, and the air is thin where wild snow leopards live in the Himalayas.
Yes, snow leopards live in dens.
Snow leopards do not live near wolves but other leopards might.
No! They're snow leopards, they live in cold places.
Snow Leopards can live without snow but they are more specialised to hunting in snow so it would make a difference.
most likely .. because some animals like it warm and others like it a little bit cold . Snow leopards look like they like where they live because the snow matches their fur and it can help them blend in and hide from predators and prey . if it is snowy .
No they live in higher elevations like mountains.
Humans don't need anything from snow leopards. Snow leopards don't need anything from humans either. But problems arise when they live in the same area.
The direct ancestors of snow leopards were the other Asian leopards that live in the lowlands. It must have taken hundreds of generations for the leopards to fully adapt to the extreme conditions in which the snow leopards live today.