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Answered 2009-02-07 01:06:47

wolves and snow leopards are enemies because they compete for some of the same prey


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humans and wolf are the enemy of the snow leopard

It depends. People who have the snow leopard and not the arctic wolf think its better and the people who have a arctic wolf thinks its better then the snow leopard.

Wolves are not a regular diet item of the snow leopard.

They barely have enemies. Humans are the enemy.

This Is A Tough One But I Think A Wolf Because Wolves Are Skinnier And Faster. Wolves Are Also A Very Big Competitor Of The Snow Leopard And Wolves Can Live In Packs Which Can Rip The Snow Leopard Into Shreads.

Snow Leopards do have enemies. It's enemy is a WOLF!

Yea a cat a size of leopard or bigger can win aginest any dog

The best I think is the arctic wolf since all of the clothes look awesome.

No. There is no canid on earth that could kill a snow leopard, even a wolf would be defeated.

a snow leopard is the lightest leopard

A gray wolf. They both weight about 100-120 pounds.

The main enemy is man. The snow leopard is a other enemy, dogs are enemies too because of man. Panda bears rarely have a enemy after them.

An Adaptation of a snow leopard is it blends into the snow.

Snow Leopard does not mean anything. The Snow part of the name just means snow, and the Leopard part of the name means leopard. The difference between a regular Leopard and a Snow Leopard is that the Snow Leopard is white with black spots.

the snow leopard adapts to camouflaging

A snow leopard is a preditor

The Snow Leopard was created in 1978.

A leopard would be much bigger than a snow leopard, and would win.

a snow leopard can really do anything you know what i mean

how do you get snow leopard on animal

Leopard in the Snow was created in 1978-03.

The duration of Leopard in the Snow is 1.57 hours.

The Snow Leopard has 338 pages.

The phylum of a snow leopard is Chordata!

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