Amur Leopard

Amur Leopard

This male Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) was born March 2018. He joins our family to be included in non-invasive research, and to provide companionship to our female Amur leopard. As an ambassador of his species, he will help to educate the public on the importance of conservation of his Amur leopards. The Amur leopard, also known as the Far Eastern leopard, show the strongest and most consistent divergence in pattern. The coat of the Amur leopard is fairly soft with long and dense hair and the color varies from a fairly light yellow to dense yellowish-red in winter and a brighter...

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Amur the Amur Leopard

Amur the Amur Leopard

Amur is a unique female Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis), born May 11, 2017. She came to the Foundation as a gift for our education program to inspire our visitors to help ensure that animals like this will be around for future generations. The Amur leopard, also known as the Far Eastern leopard, show the strongest and most consistent divergence in pattern. The coat of the Amur leopard is fairly soft with long and dense hair and the color varies from a fairly light yellow to dense yellowish-red in winter and a brighter more vivid coloration in summer. The Amur leopard also has...

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Bow – Clouded Leopard

Bow – Clouded Leopard

This handsome male clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa), who was born in May 2017, came to the Foundation because he was born without part of his tail and the facility he was born at was concerned that the tail would cause balance problems. He is a welcomed addition to the Foundation because he will inspire our visitors that being different doesn’t have to hold you back. Clouded leopards are medium-sized cats because they normally weigh only around 40 pounds. In proportion to their body size, this species has the longest canines compared to body size of any living feline, so long that some...

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Fredrick – Snow Leopard

Fredrick – Snow Leopard