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WHAT IS THE LEOPARD?

HABITAT: Leopards are often found along riverine forests and bushes. They also can be found along open plains and savanna, mainly in hills and rocky outcrops. It is rare to see them in an open field.



Leopards are master of camouflage and they move silently trough the vegetation to attack their prey at very close quarters. The victim is normally killed with a bite on the back of the neck, and then taken up a tree, where the leopard will feed at leisure, away from scavengers.

 













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Oh those Leopards. They are extremely territorial animals. They live about 15 years, and they can weigh about 70 Kg. Leopards are the most successful hunters of the cat family. Their prey include Impala, Bushbuck, Warthog and also the young of Wildbeest, Kudu and Waterbuck. Rodents, ground birds, monkeys, baboons, frogs and fish, also make part of their diet.

The female gives birth to one to three cubs after a gestation period of about 105 days. The cubs are kept in secluded spots, like thickets and rocky crevices. They are much darker than adults.

Female Leopards are very dedicated mothers leaving their cubs only when hunting. Occasionally the mother will bring some small live animal to her cubs, so they can practice their hunting and killing skills. At a age of about 2 years, the cubs will leave their mother and look for their own territory.

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