|Estimated Population||45-60 individuals|
and up to 10 feet vertically. The Amur Leopard is solitary and hides its unfinished kills from predators. It lives 10-15 years in the wild and 20 years in captivity. The Amur Leopard weighs 70-105 lbs. For camouflage in the snow, their coat is paler than other leopard species. The Amur Leopard suffers from poaching because they have very long, beautiful, spotted fur that can grow up to 8 cm thick in the winter! The breeding season occurs from January to February and 90 to 105 days after a successful mating a litter of up to 6 cubs, but generally, 2-3 will be born. To help the Amur Leopard you can simply spread the word or you can donate money to organizations that are helping to save the Amur Leopard.