Amur Leopard

By Taejong Kim

Description

  • Mammalian
  • Have patterned fur; black dots
  • Height ranges form 107 to 136 cm.
  • Males typically weigh between 32 and 75 kg.
  • Females usually weigh 25-43 kg.
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Habitat

  • Usually live near mountains
  • Usually live where prey is abundant
  • Live on rocky slopes during the winter
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Adaptations

  • Protection: Claws and fangs
  • Structures: Fur, tail, teet, spotted coat, claws
  • Behaviors: They live in places with a lot of prey
  • Obtaining food: Claws and fangs
  • Other behaviors: They hunt individually
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Food Chain

  • Eat roe deer, wild boar, sika deer, musk deer, badgers, hares
  • Hunt in parts of Russia, China, and Korea
  • Carnivorous
  • Predatory
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Reasons for endangerment

  • Climate change
  • Logging
  • New roads
  • Poaching
  • Loss of habitat due to forest fires
  • Inbreeding
  • Building and development in their territory
  • Lack of commitment to conservation
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Critical Information

  • Less than 30 left in the wild
  • They have the right to live like any other species
  • They are unique creatures
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Most of this information was acquired from (WIKI) and (TAL).

Bibliography

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"Wild Amur Leopards." - Amur Leopard Conservation. Web. 29 May 2012.