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Copy of amur leopards

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Servet Sarıoğlu

on 16 March 2013

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Amur leopards By Chloe Schlorb and Tristan Cole. Their Life Cycle The Eating Habits of the Amur Leopard website urls Their location... The Amur Leopard Itself The Amur Leopard Population Amur leapords and how they affect the ecosystem The last of the amur leopards live in the mountains and forests of far east Russia. The Amur Leopard can run up to 37 mph, and can jump over 19 feet horizontally and over 10 feet vertically. http://tinyurl.com/amb6y54 The main enemy of the Amur leopard is man, they are poached for their beautifully spotted fur. The main prey species of the Amur Leopard contain the roe deer and sika deer,small wild boars, hares badgers, and raccoon dogs. The Amur leopard attains sexual maturity at three years, is known to live for 10-15 years, and in captivity up to 20 years. Amur leopards pictures and video Population: their is around 30 individuals left in the world http://tinyurl.com/ http://tinyurl.com/claxdw5 It has been told that after mating, some male leopards have stayed
with the female and have even helped with caring for the cubs. Enemies of the Amur Leopard The skins are sold for $500 to $1000 respectively in the village of Barabash which is located extremely close to the Kedrovaya Pad Reserve in Russia. http://tinyurl.com/claxdw5 http://tinyurl.com/bqryl The Amur Leopard is called the Far East leopard, the Manchurian leopard or the Korean leopard. Average adult males weight around 32-48 kg, and exceptionally large males weigh up to 75 kg. Females typically weigh 25-43 kg. After catching and feeding on its kill, it carries and hides unfinished kills so that they are not taken by other predators. http://tinyurl.com/bu5fpar http://tinyurl.com/cr5g6n2 http://tinyurl.com/6452nby http://tinyurl.com/bvmmhrp "Amur Leopard." WWF. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Feb. 2013. citation Amur Leopard (Panthera Pardus Orientalis)." Amur Leopard Videos, Photos and Facts. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Feb. 2013. The Amur leopards, also can be known as (panthera pardus orientals)
they have a lifespan of 10 to 15 years old. it can be up to 25 years in a captivity. the females have a mating season of 90 to 105 days.
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