Thursday, 27 August 2015

NEWSLINK: The World’s Most Endangered Wild Cat Is Bouncing Back

For many years now conservationists have grown increasingly concerned that the world’s most endangered wild cat, the Amur leopard, was too far gone to save, but there’s good news this month as the latest figures show the population is bouncing back.


The leopard, sometimes referred to as the Far Eastern leopard, lives on the border areas between the Russian Far East and north-east China.

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