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  • It's hard to believe a cat the same size as a domestic cat, could survive in the same place as a snow leopard.

  • But Pallas's cats have learned to cope with mountain life.

  • They often live in rock dens, which keep them well protected.

  • But out in the open, these nine pound cats are vulnerable to attack from eagles and wolves, so they move with extreme caution.

  • They hunt insects, small rodents, and birds by using rocks for cover.

  • Their fur is the perfect camouflage.

  • To stay warm in the mountains, Pallas's cats have the longest fur of any cat.

  • It helps them to survive in sub-zero temperatures.

It's hard to believe a cat the same size as a domestic cat, could survive in the same place as a snow leopard.

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