Friday, June 15, 2007

Snow Leopard Video

A very cool snow leopard video showing the marvelous animal in its natural habitat, chasing down a mountain goat. Watch how the great cat moves in the incredibly difficult terrain ~ simply unbelievable! This has got to be one of the most awesome big cat videos ever!

12 comments:

Marie, Donny, Casey said...

great video, but I felt so sorry for the snow leopard! missed eating a good meal!!

Daisy said...

Wow, that was a very exciting chase scene. Do you think the mountain goat was OK? I am not sure if they know how to swim or not.

Buzzerbee & meep said...

That was an amazin' video - thanks fur sharin'!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

Wow, that was absolutely riveting! What beautiful big cats the snow leopards are, and what magnificent athletes to be able to run so confidently over such rugged terrain. And I felt so sorry for the beautiful leopard that his dinner got away!

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.

Chairman Mao said...

Wow, thanks fur sharin' that kool movie with us! I woulda jumped in that water after that mountain goat, hehehe. I love water!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Gretchen said...

Thanks for stopping by to say hi. Big cats scare me, but I did see a snow leapord on a DVD that my D was watching. Pretty cats, I guess, but scarrrrry.

Caesar and Princess said...

This was a very exciting video!!
Those big cats look hungry for any thing and everything

Karen Jo said...

That was an amazing video. The goat looked like it got away by falling to me.

Jeter and Mickey said...

wowie kazowie,
mi hart wuz in mi throte!
da snow leopard hazza grate tail!
i will be vizitin to learn more abowt mi ekstendid familee!
luv--yer frend--jh

Diamond said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. You are putting a lot of interesting information on your blog and the snow leopard is wonderful to see. We were watching a video on white lions today. Do you have anything on them? At least Lynettea was looking at it. I had my eyes shut, as I felt too nervous.

The Cat Realm said...

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autismfamily said...

The other animal is actually called a Markhor. There are not many in the wild, they are endangered species plus the main food source for snow leopards.

This is from my 13 yr old. He loves these big cats.

Nice video

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