The Snow Leopard, known for its beautiful, thick fur, has a white or soft gray coat with ringed spots of black or brown. The Snow Leopard's markings help camouflage it from its prey. With their thick coats, heavy, fur-lined tails and paws covered with fur, snow leopards are perfectly adapted to the cold and dry nature of the Tibetan and Indian Himalayas in which they live. Very rare in most of their range, an estimated 3,500 to 7,000 snow leopards are left in the wild. In an effort for conservation, 600-700 snow leopards can also be found in zoos around the world.
Material: Lead-Free SafePewter™
Finish: Bright Polished