Size of Amur Leopard
|25kg - 48kg (55lbs - 106lbs)
|10 - 15 years in wild; up to 20 in captivity
The Amur Leopard is a member of the chordata, It is a mammal that raises the next generation with female breast milk. In taxonomy, its phylum is Chordata, the class is Mammalia, and it belongs to the order Carnivora.
The Amur Leopard belonged to the family Felidae, mainly distributed in Asia, Eurasia. They like to live in forests, and solitary is their life style.Their skin type is hair,In addition, deer, cattle, hares, small mammals are also foods that it often preys.Their main predators are human poaching and competition with siberian tigers.It is currently estimated that there are 103 as of 2018.
If we use one sentence to describe the Amur Leopard, it is "The Amur leopard may be the rarest big cat on Earth!".