A leopard runs right in front of one of the 4x4 that are used for safaris, camp near Khwai River Lodge by Orient Express in Botswana, within the Moremi Game Wildlife Reserve, Botswana. Leopard, like most other panthers, is an animal that is kept alone. The cubs stay with their mothers for some time and during estrus couples are together for a few days, the rest of the time make a solitary life. REPRODUCTION: The mother chooses a hidden place, a den, where having the puppies, can be a cave, a hole left from another animal, a hole in a tree, among rocks, etc.. Each delivery typically born pups two to three, but may be one to six. The gestation period is 90 to 105 days. They are born with eyes closed, opening them four to nine days old. Birth weight is 430 grams to 1.0 kilograms. LONGEVITY: A Panthera pardus estimated longevity is about 15 years, amentando to 25 in captivity. POWER: This feline is fed medium and small mammals. In your diet includes monkeys, pigs, deer, etc.. It also eats birds and when hunger strikes, what you find. DESCRIPTION: The basic color of the Leopard is the yellow hair reddish hue varying from one individual to another, with dark blotches forming circular patterns, rosettes, in the body, very similar to the coat of the Jaguar of the Americas, which in the Leopard rosettes, usually are smaller. Leopard In the form melanin, the black panther, is common in Asian populations and relatively rare in Africa. We report an individual clear coat, which was creamy yellow and slightly darker rosettes. There is also documentation albino individuals. The adult Leopard manages to achieve in the head and body to 190 cm in length plus tail that can measure 95 cm, with a height of 80 cm at the shoulders. Body length is similar to Jaguar, but the queue is longer. The leopard does weigh up to 70 kilograms, making it lighter and smaller than the Jaguar. OTHER NAMES: The Leopard in English is known as "Leopard".