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BIRTH
CUB OR KITTEN
TODDLER
YOUNG CAT
ADULT MATURE CAT
Leopard cubs are born in litters of an average of three, although there can be 2~6.
During the first two to three months, the cubs hide in their den. They eat the food their mother provides for them.
They start learning hunting and climbing skills. They can hunt medium sized animals.
They leave their mother to establish their home ranges.
They become adults at around age three.

Speed
Male leopards
Female leopards
The average leopard can run at a speed of 36 mph.
The fastest leopard, the clouded leopard can run at
a speed of 64 mph.
Male leopards weigh around 80 to 165 pounds. When they mate, they sometimes share their kills.
Female leopards weigh around 46 to 132 lbs.The female will attract males by the smell of her urine.
Leopard on a tree
Leopard on a tree
Leopard stalking its prey
Leopard stalking its prey