Snow leopards, another mammal with a relatively large tail, are also known to [...]
Edit: changed from big cat to mammal to emphasise that it's a definition, not a noun.
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I would clarify what the snow leopard is being compared to (you said, "another mammal with a relatively large tail"). The sentence by itself does not make very much sense. It would be helpful if you could include some context.