Internet is stunned by a close-up video of the snow leopard, one of the most elusive big cats.

A 44-second video of a snow leopard has been shared by the Indian Forest Office (IFS) Susanta Nanda . The video has been seen more than 26,000 times and had over 2,300 likes since being posted on Wednesday .

A snow leopard, one of the most difficult big cats, is caught on tape in very rare situations.But a video shared by the Indian Forest Office (IFS) Susanta Nanda has made a splash on social media due to this.A snow leopard is seen in its natural habitat, relaxing and posing for photos in the 44-second video.The clip has been credited to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) by an IFS officer.

The elusive snow leopard during snowfall has been observed by more than 26,000 people.The IFS officer at Karakoram Range said in his tweet that the big cat is seen relaxing on a rock.The attached video starts off with an extremely close look at the animal, which is captured on video.The clip also includes a top photo of the snow leopard, which has enthralled Twitter followers who have posted a torrent of remarks.Everything more glorious than him One of Gods wonders!

Snow leopards are found in deep, rugged mountain regions, and their coat is thick enough to shield them from the elements.Snow leopards' wide, fur-covered feet spread their weight over soft snow, as traditional snowshoes, according to the website.According to the article, snow leopards are adroit hunters, able to kill prey up to three times their own weight in difficult terrain.

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