19 Jul '11, 3pm

CAMERA TRAP VIDEO: Record-breaking 12 amur leopards recently recorded in Russia’s Primorsky Prov.

Scientific Name: Panthera pardus orientalis Habitat: temperate forests Location: Russian Far East and Northern China Population: Fewer than 50 individuals This video footage from an Amur leopard survey revealed a total of 12 leopards in Russia’s Primorsky Province, located between the Sea of Japan and the Chinese border. The 2011 numbers are considered record-breaking compared to the past 5 years where only 7 to 9 leopards were identified each year. The positive results point to a population increase of up to 50% in the targeted region and can be attributed to: long term efforts made to support leopard conservation, including this annual survey conducted by WWF and partners improvements made to the management of the Kedrovaya Pad Reserve and Leopardovy Federal Wildlife Refuge, both primary habitat for Amur leopards Did you know? Amur leopards are nocturnal and solitary. Th...

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Good news! More Amur leopards captured on video

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