Cat facts > Task 2]]> Cheetahs sprint to catch prey. Siberian tigers measure 3.15 metres in length. The tufts of fur on a caracal's ears act as antennas. A lion's roar can be heard up to eight kilometres away. Snow leopards can jump up to nine metres high. That's six times their body length! There are fewer than 35 Amur leopards left in the wild. This is owing to loss of habitat. The margay is the first and only scientifically documented case of a cat using vocal mimicry to hunt.