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Persian Leopard
(Panthera pardus saxicolor)
The Persian leopard (Panthera pardus saxicolor), or Iranian leopard is one of the subspecies of leopards that's native to western Asia. The Persian leopard is endangered through out its distribution area in the Middle East. The Persian leopard is said to be the largest of all the subspecies of leopards in the world. It thrives in Iran, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and northwestern Afghanistan. Habitat varies from mountain steppe to grasslands, or anywhere having a reasonable amount of cover and a supply of prey.
Persian Leopards at EFBC/FCC


bam bam
Bam Bam
Male, arrived here Sept 7 2011 from Aalborg Zoo, Denmark at 4 years of age, born July 5 2007 Photo history at:
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kiana
Kiana
Female, born 11 March 2007 at Zoo Parc de Beauval, France, arrived here in August 2009. Photo history at:
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