Amur cub

The Amur Leopard is CRITICALLY ENDANGERED WITH AN ESTIMATE OF 30-35 LIVING IN THE WILD! It lives in temperate forests in Korea, Northeast China, and the Russian Far East. It has a cream coat with rosettes that have black thick rings and dark centers. Males can weigh from 71 to 106 pounds, and females weigh from 55 to 95 pounds. Their main prey are roe, sika deer, badgers, and hares. After a gestation period of around 12 months, 1-4 cubs are born. In the wild, they can live 10-15 years long.

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