Discounted video footage
The Amur Leopard Female Panthera Pardus Orientalis And Cubs Playing Video Footage shows scenes of family intimacy between the mother and her puppies. By the second month cubs emerge from their dens and also begin to eat meat.
The Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is a leopard subspecies native to the Primorye region of southeastern Russia and the Jilin Province of northeast China. The IUCN Red List cites him as Critically Endangered . Since 2007, only 19–26 wild Amur leopards were estimated to survive. As of 2015, fewer than 60 individuals were estimated to survive in Russia and China. As of 2018, the population in the wild has climbed to around 103 individuals thanks to intense conservation efforts. The Amur leopard is the rarest big cat on Earth.
Especially relevant: Female leopards with cubs are relatively often found in the proximity of deer farms.