- Scientific name: Panthera pardus orientalis
- Lives in: the snowy mountains of southeastern region of Russia and northeast China
- They are very commonly found in deer farms
- They are very conservative in their choice of territory
- They are endangered due to poaching, climate change, new roads, and deforestation
- Humans can easily help by simply not poaching, killing off their food (deer), and not ruining their habitats. The only thing that could potentially cause their extinction by that point is climate change. The rest is all humans-doing.
- They eat deer, hares, badgers, and raccoon
As you can see, the population of the Amur Leopard has drastically decreased through the years.
Trophic Level Diagram/ Food Web