Amur Leopard

Lives in the forests of Russia, adapted to cold climates. Endangered as a result of poaching, forest fires, and lack of protection. Less than 40 left in the wild.


Native to Asia, ranging from rainforest to cold northern regions. Endangered as a result of illegal hunting for body parts and deforestation. Less than 3,000 left in the wild.


Very rare animal, only photographed three times in the wild. Unknown population, considered critically endangered. Discovered in Vietnam in 1992.

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