Amur Leopard Doubles in Population

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Photo: WWF

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According to a report by the World Wildlife Fund, the Amur leopard, which is indigenous to southeastern Russia and parts of northeastern China, has doubled in population since 2007.  The number of leopards has doubled from 30 to 57.   It is great that populations are being monitored for these endangered species.