Amur Leopard

Amur Leopard

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  • Our Species
  • Habitat
  • Population
  • The scientific name of the Amur Leopard is the Panthera Pardus Orientalis.
  • Adaptations
  • When it gets colder, the leopard's fur gets thicker.
  • The Amur Leopard lives in Far Eastern Russia, where there are harsh winters with deep snow and warm summers. Their diet consists of Roe Deer, Sika Deer, badgers and hares. 
  • Control
  • Cubs stay with their mothers for up to two years before becoming fully independent. There are only about 60 Amur Leopards left. The Amur Leopard has no other predators, although it competes for space with the Amur Tiger.
  • Pictures
  • The Amur leopard adapts to cool climate by having thick fur which grows up to 7.5 cm long in winter. For camouflage in the snow, their coat is paler than other leopard subspecies. The Amur leopard's rosettes are larger than those seen on other leopards.
  • The Leopards fur thin since it's in a warm climate.
  • Amur leopards are important to their ecosystem because they keep their prey from overpopulating. They are poached by hunters for their fur causing their population to drop drastically. There is a group called ALTA that is raising money to save the animals as well as educating the public about them.
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