About the Amur Leopard
Photos of the Amur Leopard
Threats to Species
WWF teams up with TRAFFIC, which is the world's largest wildlife trade monitoring network, to help governments make domestic and international trade restrictions for the Amur Leopard. Along with that 13 International and Russian NGOs (National Government Organizations) have created ALTA. ALTA's main anti-poaching team has been focused on the Amur Leopards habitat since 1998. ALTA has significantly decreased the amount of poaching being done. They have also provided much equipment to reduce possibilities of fires destroying the habitat of the leopards.
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