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African leopard

African leopard (Panthera pardus pardus) is a species of carnivorous mammal that belongs to the Felidae family. It is one of the most recognized and admired big cats of the African continent, and it is distributed in a wide area that includes from North Africa to the south of the Sahara and in some parts of Central Africa.

African leopards are solitary and territorial animals, adapting to a wide variety of habitats, from mountainous regions to savannahs, jungles, and forests. Although their fur varies by region, they are generally yellow or light brown in color with rose-shaped black spots all over their bodies, providing excellent camouflage for hunting and avoiding detection by prey.

African leopards are agile and powerful predators, feeding on a wide variety of prey including antelope, gazelle, zebra, wildebeest, baboon, monkey, bird, and reptile. They are also known for their ability to climb trees and carry their prey there to protect it from other predators.

Reproduction in African leopards is very similar to that of other cats, with females having a litter of two or three cubs after a gestation period of around 90 to 105 days. The cubs are born blind and are completely dependent on their mother for the first few months of life.

Although the African leopard is not currently threatened with extinction, it is listed as a vulnerable species due to poaching and habitat loss. African leopards are hunted for their skin and bones, which are used in traditional medicine, and are also hunted by farmers to protect their livestock.

Bust replica hyperrealistic and with a high degree of precision.

Approximate measurements of the replica:

  • Medium: 67mm H
  • Large: 113mm H