By: Jeremy Poirier
Appearance & Classification
Preditor & Prey
What do the amur leopards eat? They are carnivores. That means they only eat meat. Their prey is antolope, warthogs, rodents, deer, dogs and small boar. The amur leopard finds it's prey by ambushing it's prey from the trees and also finds it's food also in a high speed chase. It must hurt when the amur leopard jumps on their prey from the trees? Don't you think this awesome cat has lots of prey?
The amur leopard kills their prey and then pulls it up the tree to keep it away other animals. They can bring animals twice there size up a tree.
Humans hunt the amur leopard to get their fur and meat.
Baby amur leopards
Cubs open their eyes at 10 days old.