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The Amur Leopard is Critically Endangered with an estimate of less than 40 individuals remaining in the wild. Similar to other leopards, the Amur leopard can run at speeds of up to 37 MPH. This incredible animal has been reported to leap more than 19 feet horizontally and up to 10 feet vertically.  The Amur leopard is solitary. It has been reported that some males stay with females after mating, and may even help with rearing the young. They live for 10-15 years, and in captivity up to 20…

The Amur Leopard is Critically Endangered with an estimate of less than 40 individuals remaining in the wild. Similar to other leopards, the Amur leopard can run at speeds of up to 37 MPH. This incredible animal has been reported to leap more than 19 feet horizontally and up to 10 feet vertically. The Amur leopard is solitary. It has been reported that some males stay with females after mating, and may even help with rearing the young. They live for 10-15 years, and in captivity up to 20…

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