North Chinese leopards are classified as endangered, with a population of about 2,500. Their diet mainly consists of deer and wild boar, but they will eat many other things including birds, rodents, and sometimes even insects. Their average weight is 110 pounds for males and 70 pounds for females. These are solitary cats except for families. Their mating season is in January and February, and after a gestation period of 105-110 days, 2-3 cubs are born. The cubs will open their eyes after 10 days, and stay with their mom until they are around 20-24 months old.

This is a North Chinese leopard, photo taken by Wikipedia user Nancy Vandermey.