Leopards meeting in Field - Leopards mating season

Leopards meeting in Field - Leopards mating season


Weaned at around 3 months old, leopard cubs will remain with their mother for another 18 months until she is ready to mate again and encourages their young to independently establish their own territories. Although male leopards live solitary lives except when mating, female leopards’ range tends to overlap their mothers. Leopards tend to live for between ten and fifteen years in the wild, depending on the habitat and the food supply available.


Leopards meeting in Field - Leopards mating season

WATCH THIS


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What a crazy sound that is! Like a cross between loud, boiling, leopard growl mixed with gargling chickens.



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