CRITICALLY ENDANGERED AMUR LEOPARD
CRITICALLY ENDANGERED AMUR LEOPARD

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED AMUR LEOPARD

The Amur Leopard have been classified by the IUCN as Critically Endangered since 1966 and there are thought to be less than 70 individuals in existence.  This stunning creature has come to the point of extinction through hunting, poaching of their fur, habitat destruction, farming, forest fires, and the development of cities.  They are the only leopard who can survive both cold snowy winters and hot summers, and they can run up to 35 miles per hour!  Their habitat is a small range of forest which is crossed by the Amur River, a boundary between China and Russia.

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