Snow Leopard Cubs
Because these babies are born in high mountain regions, it means they must quickly adapt to extremely cold and challenging environments that lessen their survival rate. They are also at risk from predators and have to learn to hunt and survive. They’re usually found living between 3,000 to 5,000 meters, and their ideal environment is bleak, cold, and desolate, somewhere where humans normally wouldn’t go. These babies must survive these temperatures until summertime when they’re finally grown enough to follow their mother around to hunt for food (Discover Wildlife).