The Amazing Surprising Mating Habits of Leopards

The Amazing Surprising Mating Habits of Leopards


Throughout their natural range, leopards have no distinctive breeding season, with females instead being able to reproduce every couple of months. After a gestation period that lasts for around three months, the female leopard gives birth to between two and six cubs that are born blind and weigh about one pound. 

Leopard cubs are incredibly vulnerable in the wild. Because of that, they remain hidden in dense vegetation, into which their dark, woolly fur and blurry spots allow them to camouflage. They hide this way until they are able to follow their mother around at between 6 and 8 weeks of age. 

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The Amazing Surprising Mating Habits of Leopards


The Amazing Surprising Mating Habits of Leopards
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