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The critically endangered Amur Leopard has been facing the risk of extinction for the past decade. Praise the World Wildlife Fund for its efforts to help save Amur Leopards and boost their numbers so that they can thrive once more.

Amur Leopard

Do you think this is a normal leopard? You are wrong. This is an Amur Leopard and they are VERY endangered. There are about only 30 left in the wild :l

photo by Manuela Kulpa  The Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is a wild feline predator native to the mountainous areas of the taiga as well as other temperate forests in Korea, Northeast China and the Russian Far East. It is one of the rarest felids in the world with an estimated 30 to 35 individuals remaining in the wild... critically endangered, meaning that it is considered to be facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Photographers Stefan and Manuela Kulpa spend a lot of effort to find these below animals and make a beautiful frame in zoos, wildlife sanctuaries, aquariums and other places. Most of them are endangered species.

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The critically endangered Amur Leopard has been facing the risk of extinction for the past decade. Praise the World Wildlife Fund for its efforts to help save Amur Leopards and boost their numbers so that they can thrive once more.

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Due to extensive habitat loss and conflict with humans, the situation concerning the Amur leopard is critical. There are roughly Amur leopards left in southeastern Russia.

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Amur Leopard-Critically Endangered with Less than 40 Leopards Remaining. By Artist

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Newly discovered species of leopard with largest fangs in cat world. Long thought to be identical to the clouded leopards living on mainland South East Asia, genetic analysis has shown that the Bornean big cat is in fact a separate species. So beautiful!