Snow leopards sleep in caves, haloed out rock overhangs, in trees, or just near a covered shelter.
occasionally, but most of the time they sleep on the ground. Leopards are more of the tree dwelling sort, and will sleep, groom, rest and even eat in trees.
yes, they do, they live in mostly trees and try to find dry areas to sleep
No snow leoperds live in snow hills.
leopards hide in trees and bushes
in rainfortests they mostly hide up in trees or find a dry place to sleep. hope this helped you
leopards behave differently than most wild cats. They are lonely creatures, only coming together to mate. They are nocturnal and during the day, hide in big trees and sleep.
the sleep curled up
for protection from larger predators, plus they particularly enjoy the feeling of dangling their legs from limbs
Most big cats hunt at night and generally sleep during the day.
No, they sleep laying down.