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Leopard. By: Janesa R. Physical Characteristics. The average size is 2 feet , 4 inches at the shoulder and seven feet long. The weight of a Leopard is 140 lbs. The color of the Leopard is light tan with lots of black spots. Habitat.

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leopard

Leopard

By: Janesa R.

physical characteristics
Physical Characteristics
  • The average size is 2 feet , 4 inches at the shoulder and seven feet long.
  • The weight of a Leopard is 140 lbs.
  • The color of the Leopard is light tan with lots of black spots.
habitat
Habitat
  • Leopards live in the rain forest, woodlands, plains and the desert.
  • They can be found in bushes and ravine.
  • They can also be found in sub-Sahara Africa.
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Food
  • Leopards are carnivorous, so they eat meat.
protection predators
Protection\ Predators
  • Humans are their predators.
  • The Leopard’s spots help it camouflage.
life span
Life Span
  • The life span of a Leopard is 21 to 23 years.
babies
Babies
  • The approximate amount is 21 months in the mom’s stomach.
cool facts
Cool Facts
  • Leopards are fast runners, good swimmers and excellent tree climbers.
  • Male Leopards are larger than female Leopards.
  • The scientific name for a Leopard is Panthera Pardus.
  • Leopards are nocturnal.