Snow Leopard Cub

No. 237629

by Safari Ltd
$2.99USD
  • Adorably stalking through the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia is this beautiful snow leopard cub! Too protect them from the cold and harsh conditions of their endemic habitat during their youth, all snow leopard cubs are born in the warm spring and summer months.
  • Scientific Name: Panthera uncia
  • Characteristics: Poised in a playful pounce, this cub is spending its free time with a little fun! Hand painted and crafted by our professionals with immaculate accuracy and realism, our wildlife figurines, this snow leopard cub included, can be used as décor, collector’s items, educational aids, and even toys for creative play.
  • Size and Color: 2.5 inches long and 2.15 inches tall, this dimensions of this figurine are both roughly the size of the length of a stick of lip balm. Like its name suggest, the snow leopard is predominantly white with black spots which allows it to seamlessly blend into snowy and rocky terrain.
  • The Snow Leopard Cub is part of the Wild Safari® Wildlife collection.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History:

    Like many cat species, snow leopard cubs are fairly helpless at birth and are born blind. Because young cubs wouldn’t be able to survive the severe conditions of their natural habitat during the winter months, snow leopards always mate during the winter to ensure their offspring are born in the spring and summer. Infants stay with their mothers for up to 2 years, at which point they depart and travel a significant distance before the try to establish their own den. If you plan to take this purr-fect cub home, make sure to pick up our adult snow leopard figurine so it has a mother to learn from!

    • Recommended Age: 3
    • Size in cm: 6.4 L x 2.5 W x 5.5 H
    • Size in inches: 2.52 L x 0.98 W x 2.17 H
    • UPC: 095866237622
    To ensure a plentiful food supply, endangered snow leopard cubs are born during the summer. Their mother teaches them high-altitude hunting techniques the following winter.