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The leopard is one of the four “big cat” species, strongest for its size, and was initially thought to be a hybrid between the lion and the panther (thus the name leopard). Wild leopards only exist in Africa and Asia. Leopards look similar to the Jaguar that only exist in the Americas. Leopards are excellent climbers, stealthy hunters, and difficult to locate. They are solitary animals and nocturnal hunters. Leopards usually store their prey high in trees to discourage other animals (like lions) from stealing; they are not very good with defending their food. During mating season, a male leopard will follow a female leopard of interest and a fight for mating rights might follow. A pregnant leopard will birth in hollow trees, crevices between rocks, a cave, or in thickets. Cub leopards remain with mother for 18-24 months until they are able to hunt on their own.
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