It's Official! They Are No Longer Endangered! – 8 Pictures + 3 Videos

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Collective birthday

Yes, that’s right! They share a birthday! All snow leopards are born in June because their mating period is in winter and early spring. Each summer there is a nursery in Central Asia! Small and helpless cubs can’t open their eyes up to seven days like all other cats. Older ones tend to celebrate their birthday actively...and possibly get stuck.

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L.A Zoo got new residents

Nowadays, small snow leopard babies can be seen in many Zoos around the World. In May 2017, Los Angeles Zoo got two new snow leopard cubs. It’s good to be in the Zoo for these tiny, little kittens because they are at risk in the wild. They are going to adapt perfectly to the L.A. climate because they can handle temperatures down to 40 below freezing. In the following picture you can see two newborn kittens that live in Los Angeles Zoo with their parents, three-year-old Georgina and five-year-old Fred.

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Not such a big cat

The snow leopard is smaller than any other big wild cat. His tail is as long as his body and that’s a really cool fact!

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Undeniable charisma

The snow leopard has an undeniable charisma and loves to cuddle as any other cat. In the following video, you can see how he really enjoys cuddling and his unbelievable jumping around the Zoo.

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Gorgeous meow

Despite this big cat looks a little bit scary (but also gorgeous) for humans, it does everything domestic cats do. Their specific meow sound is cute and loud at the same time, and if you pay a better attention it sounds like OOWWW.

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