- Amur leopards are classed as critically endangered and there are only about 90 left in the world.
- They are affected by illegal wildlife trade, climate change , habitat loss and fragmentation and deforestation.
- Having been driven to the edge of extinction, their numbers appear to be rising thanks to conservation work.
- Wild Amur leopards are now only found in the border areas between the Russian Far East and North-East China, and possibly North Korea.
- Amur leopards are top predators in their landscape, so they’re crucial role for keeping the right balance of species in their area.
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