The Javan leopard lives in the Indonesian island of Java. This leopard can live in many types of environments, but their population is decreasing. There is an estimated population of 250 adults, and they are marked as critically endangered on the I.U.C.N. red list. The Javan Leopard is usually most active from 6-9 am and 3-6 pm. They are carnivores, and will eat barking deer, long tailed macaques, silvered leaf monkey, wild boar, lesser mouse deer, Javan gibbon, and domestic animals. One reason that their population is so low is that people try to kill them when they eat their cattle. This is one of the smaller types of leopards, and melanism is more common in them.