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Another picture from the chinese leopard, I've seen at Zoo Karlsruhe.

Leopards are graceful and powerful cats. They are astoundingly strong and are the strongest of the big cats. They are able to climb trees, even when carrying heavy prey, and often choose to rest on tree branches during the day.

The leopard is the most elusive and secretive of the large felids. They are extremely difficult to trace and locate in the wild.

They run up to 58km/h and can leap 6m horizontally and 3m vertically. They are also very strong swimmers.

(Shingwedzi , Kruger National Park, RSA).

 

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Kruger National Park.

 

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Another photo of the beautiful female leopard that ran alongside the road as we were driving along. We stopped the car and she came up beside the car and hid behind a bush and began watching some Impala on the opposite side. They spotted her and she decided to just sit and wait. There were no other cars around for quite a while, so a wonderful sighting where we had her to ourselves for photos.

Hwange NP, Zimbabwe

 

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The leopard gecko is a crepuscular, ground-dwelling lizard naturally found in the highlands of Asia and throughout Afghanistan, to parts of northern India. Unlike most geckos, leopard geckos possess movable eyelids, and cannot climb up smooth surfaces. It has become a well-established and popular pet in captivity.

Linyanti, Botswana

 

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Tierpark Hellabrunn München. China Leopard Julius hat im Juni 2016 München verlassen und ist nach Hannover gezogen.

Sub adult "Olare" almost mature son of "Fig"

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This cub is 7 months old. The color of leopard cubs is a lot lighter than that of a full grown leopard.

 

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Male snow leopard (Ramil), Panthera uncia. Born June 14, 2012 at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Syracuse, New York. Since October 2014, he has been living at the San Diego Zoo.

Aufnahme aus dem Tierpark Nordhorn

Leopard from Sabi Sands reserve located in South Africa. I used the camera Canon 7D with lens 100-400mm

 

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This leopard cub has now turned 7 months. He and his 2 other siblings were rejected by their mother immediately after birth.

They were hand-reared and are all now fit and strong !

 

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Here's another from last month's trip to Denver zoo. I love Leopards. What a beautiful animal this guy is. Shot this with my 300mm f2.8 lens with a 2x converter, making it into a 600mm.

 

Snow leopard in captivity.

Wild South Africa

Kruger National Park

  

Wild leopard in the wild relieving himself less than 5 meters away from my open car window. I could smell the stool.

Leopardos sobre las rocas

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My younger daughter Arina, took this one! Well done!!

Another photo of the beautiful leopard we saw during a drive around Kruger National Park. From memory it was on a drive from Lower Sabie to Skukuza - we saw four leopards this day, two in trees and two on the ground.

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