Common name: Leopard or panther;
Scientific name:Panthera parduspardas;
Dimensions: Up to 2.90 meters;
Weight: Up to 90 kg;
Main weapons: Bite and paws;
Social behavior: Solitary;
Speed: About 60 km/h, jumps about 6 meters horizontally and 3 meters vertically;
Attacks on humans: In the wild, they are very rare;
How much you eat: Up to 3.2 kilos a day;
Life expectancy: Up to 15 years in the wild; 20 years in captivity;
Diet: Impalas, antelope, monkeys, baboons, wildebeest;
Main enemies: Lions and tigers; hyenas, wild dogs (Mabeco);
Continent: Mostly in Africa, Asia, and some parts of Europe;
Importance to Nature: They help control the size of populations of some species.
If you find one: Se não chegar perto demais, dificilmente será atacado.
Threat: Due to the action of man, who destroys their habitat and hunts them down in the illegal fur trade;
Extinction: Leopards are listed as vulnerable on the list of threatened species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).