The Amur Leopard is a rare and critically endangered subspecies, with just 20-21 adults and a handful of cubs found during the 2003 census in Russia, and the population continues to decline. Amur leopards are already extinct in the Korean Peninsula and China.
Here’s a link to pictures of a rarely photographed marbled cat. It can be found in Southeast Asia, India, and Borneo.
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