This is a snow leopard video.
From the BBC:
Tigers are less closely related to lions, leopards and jaguars than these other big cats are to each other, according to a new comprehensive study.
The discovery comes as the BBC launches a collection of intimate videos of wild tigers and the threats they face.
Despite the popularity and endangered status of tigers, much remains to be discovered about them, including how they evolved.
It has long been known that the five species of big cat, the tiger, lion, leopard, jaguar and snow leopard, which belong to the Panthera genus, and the two species of clouded leopard, are more closely related to each other than to other smaller cats.
India’s Eastern Himalayan rainforest could have one of the world’s largest number of wild cat species, after seven species were recorded in two years: here.
CITES fails to agree new tiger farm rules: here.
Myanmar creates world’s largest tiger reserve, aiding many endangered Southeast Asian species: here.
In a valley high in the Wakhan Mountains of Afghanistan, a hunter several weeks ago waded through snowdrifts to check his traps and found that he had snared one of the rarest creatures alive: a snow leopard: here.
Endangered snow leopard clawing its way back – Innovative conservation project in Pakistan: here.
Baby snow leopard filmed in wild mountains of Bhutan: here.
Snow Leopards Thriving in Afghanistan: here.
KUALA LUMPUR: Researchers have captured the first images of a spotted leopard in Malaysia, putting to rest a decades-old debate over the existence of the endangered cat in the country: here.
May 2010: Two clouded leopard cubs have been radio-collared and returned to the wild in India: here.