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Amur Leopards

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by samantha hollis on 13 May 2013

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AMUR LEOPARD wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/amur_leopard2/ http://www.arkive.org/amur-leopard/panthera-pardus-orientalis/ In the two previous photos you can tell that the Amur Leopard was in two different environments. This is because the Amur Leopard can live in any weather conditions. The Amur Leopard actually likes to travel alone, not in small pacts. They like to occupy large spaces. A female will occupy anywhere from 15 to 38 square miles, while males can be up to 155 square miles. (http://www.wcs.org/) After they kill their prey they climb up into a tree so that they can hide what ever they don't eat and save it for another day. Amur Leopard snow tracts.
http://www.arkive.org/amur-leopard/panthera-pardus-orientalis/image-G1743.html Amur Leopard moving over rocks
http://www.arkive.org/amur-leopard/panthera-pardus-orientalis/image-G113839.html Amur Leopards can have some territories as large as 155 square miles (If it is a male.) Females like to maintain a range anywhere from 15 to 38 square miles.(http://www.wcs.org/) Amur leopards like to sleep anywhere where there is trees, rocks, and dens. Environment Amur Leopards have a large variety of terrains. They are normally found in mesic woodlands, grassland savannas, and forests. Out of everything they prefer trees.
In the last picture we can see that Amur Leopards prefer places where the trees have not been burnt. If we would stop causing fires, I am sure we would have more Amur leopards then we have right now. Endangered Species http://www.wcsrussia.org/en-us/projects/fareasternleopardconservation.aspx http://www.wcsrussia.org/en-us/projects/fareasternleopardconservation.aspx http://www.zsl.org/conservation/regions/asia/amur-leopard/ The chart represents the population of Amur Leopards from 2003 to 2011. We can see in the graph that the population keeps changing from one year to the next. we can see that the population has reached its carrying capacity. We could help the carrying capacity increase if we would stop burning the trees. Population http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/amur_leopard2/ Symbiosis #1 In the picture you see an Amur leopard coat. People like to kill these animals for their coat. This shows prey because hunters kill them and then take their coat, which leaves one less leopard that could have helped to save the environment. http://cr4.globalspec.com/blogentry/8567/You-Tick-Me-Off-Pest-Prevention-Part-1 Symbiosis #2 The pictures represents parasitism because
the tick or flea will get on the Amur Leopard, and the Amur Leopard gains nothing from this. The Amur Leopard then becomes the host. http://www.wcsrussia.org/en-us/projects/fareasternleopardconservation.aspx

http://www.zsl.org/conservation/regions/asia/amur-leopard/

http://cr4.globalspec.com/blogentry/8567/You-Tick-Me-Off-Pest-Prevention-Part-1

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/panthera_pardus/

http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/amur_leopard2/

http://worldwildlife.org/species/amur-leopard http://www.auduboninstitute.org/animals/asian-domain/amur-leopard-1951

http://www.arkive.org/amur-leopard/panthera-pardus-orientalis/

http://www.wcs.org/saving-wildlife/big-cats/amur-leopard.aspx

http://denverzoo.org/downloads/dzoo_amur_leopard.pdf

http://www.marwell.org.uk/zoo_guide/animal_detail.asp?id=5

http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/amur-leopards-conservation/updates/?pageNo=2 Work Cited Work cited http://worldwildlife.org/species/amur-leopard Endangerment Cause #1 In the picture we see two guys who are hunting. These hunters are hunting Amur Leopards. Hunters are a main cause of the Amur Leopard being critically endangered. http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/amur-leopards-conservation/updates/?pageNo=2 http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/amur-leopards-conservation/updates/?pageNo=2 Endangerment Cause #2 In the two pictures you could see
people working on putting out a fire.
The men were trying to put out a wild fire.
Wild fires are a big reason for the Amur Leopards endangerment. Wild fires destroy the habitat, therefore leading to them having to relocate. This also means that what ever food they had hidden up in a tree is gone. This means they have to go hunt yet again. My Photo Choice For my choice I decided to use
a baby cub. Baby cubs are so
important because of the fact
that they are the ones who are
important factors. When a baby
cub grows up, it will reproduce
and cubs. By this, the population
will increase. If we could get rid
of the endangerment factors I
believe the population will drastically
increase and could possibly help them
get off of the critically endangered list.
I also used a baby cub because they are
just so adorable.
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