A rare leopard subspecies, the Amur leopard, unlike its African counterparts, thrives in temperate forests and harsh winters of Russia. With furs that can grow as much as three inches in the winter season, their unique spotted coats are commonly poached for illegal trade which causes the decline of their population. Male Amur leopards can grow as much as 105 pounds while females are relatively smaller in 95 pounds. Also, the Amur leopards are nocturnal and solitary predators.
But why they are angry...again...human being has concered it's habitat. There are many big cats and all all threatened because of man. How we can call ourselves human beings when we want to destroy everything beautiful? Signing this petition you show that you aren't a beast.
Make a difference for the issues you care about while adding cool interactive
content. Your readers sign without ever leaving your site. It's simple, just choose
your widget size and color and copy the embed code to your site or blog.