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Snow Leopard Mama Pretends To Be Scared When Her Cub Practices Sneaking Up On Her

Snow leopards are truly majestic creatures. Known throughout the world for its beautiful fur and elusive behavior. Snow leopards catch their prey by sneaking up on them and using the element of surprise. They will follow their prey quietly before they decide it is the right time to pounce. It’s a skill they’re born with but it still has to be practiced like a fine art. By the looks of things, this baby snow leopard is already excelling in their field.
In this adorable clip, you’ll see the snow leopard baby sneaking up on its own mother. The baby cub hides patiently behind a rock, and when the time is right, makes its move. It wasn’t the cub that ended up making the biggest move. When the mom finally spotted the baby, she jumped higher than a kangaroo!
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Snow leopards catch their prey by sneaking up on them and using the element of surprise.

In this adorable clip, you’ll see the snow leopard baby sneaking up on its own mother.

The baby cub hides patiently behind a rock, and when the time is right, makes its move.

It wasn’t the cub that ended up making the biggest move.

When the mom finally spotted the baby, she jumped higher than a kangaroo!

Watch video here!

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