£3.00 a month
Registered Charity Number: 1081247
Adopt a Leopard
Species : Amur Leopard
About the Amur Leopard : The amur leopard is one of the most endangered big cats on the planet and lives in the forested province of Primorskii Krai in Eastern Russia. Female leopards give birth in January to up to 4 cubs in the caves that have eroded into the surrounding steep cliffs. The amur leopard has longer legs than regular leopards through having to feed in the snow, and are skilful hunters who prey on deer, badgers and wild boar.
About Amur Leopards
Amur Leopards can weigh between 32-75kg and measure anywhere between 90-170cm in length. Even their tails can reach 100cm! They can jump more than 6 metres, run at speeds of up to 37mph, and are such good climbers they can descend a tree head first. Only 35 of these beautiful creatures are left on Earth, and unless at least 75 more are produced, they risk extinction very soon.
What You Get
- Cuddly toy, certificate and photo of your animal
- Gift pack including a fact book about your adopted species, bookmarks, stickers and a WWF 'What we do' leaflet
- Wild World magazine 3 times a year plus regular updates on your animal