Snow Leopard, Panthera Uncia Mating Video Footage.
The Snow Leopard, Panthera Uncia Mating Video Footage show the male and female of snow leopard mating. The collection allows you to see the leopards also at other times of day and night.
They usually mate in late winter, marked by a noticeable increase in marking and calling. Snow leopards have a gestation period of 90–100 days, so the cubs are born between April and June. Oestrus typically lasts from five to eight days, and males tend not to seek out another partner after mating, probably because the short mating season does not allow sufficient time. In conclusion paired snow leopards mate in the usual felid posture, from 12 to 36 times a day.
The major threat to snow leopard populations is poaching and illegal trade of skins and body parts.
It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species because the global population is estimated to number less than 10,000 mature individuals and decline about 10% in the next 23 years. In conclusion as of 2016, the global population was estimated at 4,678 to 8,745 mature individuals.
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