An Anatolian Leopard

The Anatolian leopard once roamed the Aegean, Mediterranean, and East Anatolian areas. It is unknown whether any still live in the wild. They eat deer, chamois, mountain goats, and sometimes wild boar. Some scientists think they are extinct, but others think there are still 10-15 left in the wild. The last official sighting was in 1974. Adults are from 200-250 centimeters long, and they can weigh up to 90 kilograms. They live about 20 years long.