Leopard population grows in Russian Far East

Leopard. Photo: RIA Novosti

The leopard population has grown in the Maritime Territory, in the Russian Far East, for the first time in the past 20 years. Staff members of the Kedrovaya Pad’ reserve discovered 5 female leopards with 7 cubs by early December.

They also discovered a large male leopard, two Amur tigresses with cubs and several lone tigers.

According to experts, this is evidence of that the beasts have enough food and feel safe.



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