Globally Near threatened (NT) (Source: IUCN Red List)

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    • 표범
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    • Léopard
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    • נמר
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    • Panthera pardus
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    • West Asian Leopard
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    • Leopardo
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    • Macan Tutul
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Recent observations

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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ackjimmy

Date

September 20, 2016 11:01 AM AST

Place

Kenya (Google, OSM)

Description

1leopard track sighted at ulu conservancy

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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willhorelacy

Date

March 14, 2015

Description

After our guide spotted some fresh tracks in the sand we did a huge search and just as we were giving up he spotted this leopard through a gap in the trees. It was sitting 4-5 m from the track but could only be seen from exactly the right angle through the leaves, we'd already driven past twice! Anyway this guy (or girls) wasn't yet fully grown and was just chilling and trying to keep cool. This sighting was one of the highlight of the trip and a much nicer way to experience a leopard than the one we heard make a kill just near our campsite the night before...
Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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lazza

Date

August 1, 2004

Place

Kenya (Google, OSM)

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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kitamii

Date

September 11, 2016 12:36 PM AST

Description

Track 1

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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dendzo

Date

April 23, 2010 11:38 AM CEST

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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dendzo

Date

April 28, 2012 04:20 PM CEST

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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learkeri

Date

September 8, 2016 02:38 PM AST

Description

1 Leopard

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African leopard Panthera pardus ssp. pardus

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cypseloides

Date

November 7, 2009 05:07 PM CST

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What

Leopard Panthera pardus

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jadonald

Date

July 27, 2012 10:24 AM AEST

Description

This well-known female leopard, Legadema, had an impala kill up a tree. Attached is a photo of the kill the day before when it could be identified. A hyena waited hopefully beneath the tree.

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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jadonald

Date

July 28, 2012 02:58 AM AEST

Description

This male leopard was marking his territory.

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Leopard Panthera pardus

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tapaculo99

Date

July 22, 2016 08:38 AM EDT

Description

After going through the culvert the leopard then ran off in the other direction, unfortunately right into the sun.
It still gave beautiful views, though. Easily one of the highlights of our time in Kruger Park.

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What

Leopard Panthera pardus

Observer

homerobeunicus

Date

August 20, 2016 12:25 PM CDT

Description

Observado en el Parque Bicentenario, Villa Allende, Municipio de Coatzacoalcos Veracuz

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Description from Wikipedia

The leopard (Panthera pardus) is a member of the Felidae family with a wide range in some parts of Africa and tropical Asia, from Siberia, South and West Asia to across most of sub-Saharan Africa. It is listed as Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List because it is declining in large parts of its range due to habitat loss and fragmentation, and hunting for trade and pest control. It is regionally extinct in Hong Kong,...

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