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1. Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to lions, tigers, and jaguars

Leopards, Lions

2. The races known as the Barbary, South Arabian, Anatolian, Amur, and Sinai Leopards are listed as endangered

Leopards, Listed

3. The snow leopard (ounce), leopard cat, and clouded leopard, although called Leopards, are distinct genera

Leopard, Leopards

4. Black Leopards, which appear to be almost solid in color because their spots are hard to distinguish, are commonly called black panthers


5. Unlike lions, Leopards are solitary creatures

Lions, Leopards

6. But, like lions, Leopards roar.

Like, Lions, Leopards

7. Leopards (Panthera pardus) are one of five species of the big cat genus Panthera, a group that also includes tigers, lions, and jaguars.These beautiful carnivores are the subject of movies, legends, and folk tales, and are common in captivity

Leopards, Lions, Legends

8. There are nine official subspecies of Leopards, as well as several proposed sub-species.


9. Snow Leopards—one of the world’s most elusive cats—are perfectly equipped to thrive in extreme, high-elevation habitats


10. Leopards Courier Services is the leading Courier & Logistics Management Company in Pakistan

Leopards, Leading, Logistics

11. 'I never thought Leopards would eat MY face,' sobs woman who voted for the Leopards Eating People's Faces Party


12. Leopards can be a nuisance to locals

Leopards, Locals

13. Leopards are for the most part loners and don’t really mingle with their peers

Leopards, Loners

14. Adult Leopards only really come together to mate and spend their life solitary otherwise

Leopards, Life

15. Leopards vary in length from 3 – 6.25 feet with a tail length of 22.5 – 43 inches, and stand 17.5 – 30.5 inches high at the shoulder

Leopards, Length

16. Adult snow Leopards (Panthera uncia or Uncia uncia) can grow to a length of about 2.1 metres (7 feet) from head to tail and weigh 23–41 kg (50–90 pounds)

Leopards, Length

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Leopards, Leopard

18. Leopards inhabiting the mountains of the Cape Provinces appear smaller and less heavy than Leopards further north

Leopards, Less

19. Leopards in Somalia and Ethiopia are also said to be smaller


20. Leopards have the widest range of habitats of all the big cats


21. Throughout history, Leopards have been depicted in artwork, mythology and folklore in numerous countries.


22. Of all the Leopards, the Amur leopard is the most critically endangered

Leopards, Leopard

23. Boasting the highest density of Leopards anywhere in the world, Yala is also home to the biggest of them all


24. Leopards are also hunted for their valuable fur and to prevent livestock loss

Leopards, Livestock, Loss

25. Leopards purr when they are content and growl when they are upset, just like domestic cats

Leopards, Like

26. They also cough to announce their presence to other Leopards


27. Leopards can run at a speed of 36 miles per hour


28. Snow Leopards have evolved to live in some of the harshest conditions on Earth

Leopards, Live

29. Leopards are territorial and mark their territory with faeces, urine and cheek-rubbing on trees


30. This communicates to other Leopards passing through that the territory they are in is occupied


31. Leopards have the largest distribution of any wild cat.

Leopards, Largest

32. Leopards can see seven times better in the dark than humans


33. Today, Amur Leopards are increasing in numbers, due to the creation of protected areas and other conservation efforts


34. Even though snow Leopards live in some of the most rugged mountain terrain on Earth, people pose the biggest threat to their survival

Leopards, Live

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Louisville, Leopards

36. After their popular appearance last month, Kevin thought it was about time to properly introduce the Leopards Nikita and Coal

Last, Leopards

37. Leopards eat on average about a third of the carcass of the animal they kill and this works out at roughly 400kg of meat per leopard each year

Leopards, Leopard

38. This means that Leopards probably need just over a kilogram of meat a day


39. AFC Leopards set to axe 11 players


40. Kenyan Premier League side AFC Leopards are set to cut 11 players once the 2018 season comes to a close on Sunday October 7.

League, Leopards

41. Snow Leopards are the only classified large Panthera species that cannot roar

Leopards, Large

42. Like all cats, Snow Leopards are mammals– part of the Felidae (feline) family

Like, Leopards

43. They are in the Panthera genus, which also includes Jaguars, Leopards, Lions, and Tigers.

Leopards, Lions

44. Black Leopards are mysterious cats


45. Leopards are sometimes called panthers


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LEOPARDS [ˈlepərd]

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the personality of a leopard?

Leopard Characteristics Although they are the smallest of the big cat species, leopards are still a powerful force to be reckoned with . In particular, their skulls are notably large and their jaws are so powerful that they can take prey much larger than themselves.

What is the difference between a leopard and an ocelot?

The ocelot is smaller, has a smaller head and the spot pattern is different (smaller and more frequent "spots"). The leopard has a broader head and a thicker tail.

What are the different types of leopards?

Types of Leopards. Subspecies, and black panthers. There are quite a few varieties of this beautiful big cat, with African, Indian, Javan, Arabian, Amur, North Chinese, Caucasian, Indochinese, and Sri Lankan leopards each making up a different subspecies, and possibly more, shown by bone fragments.

What is the etymology of the word leopard?

Etymology: The word Leopard comes from two Greek words that translate as “lion” and “male panther;” this comes from a time when people felt that Leopard was the child of both Panther and Lion.

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