Leopards are carnivores. Do you know what
that means? Here's what I found on the web:
"They will prey on any animal that comes across
their path, such as Thomson's gazelles, cheetah
cubs, baboons, rodents, monkeys, snakes, large
birds, amphibians, fish, antelopes, warthogs and
Here's the website. It tells a lot about leopards:
There's one thing in this article that might be
"Leopards are solitary creatures that only spend
time with others when they are mating or raising
I've read that scientists used to think big
cats like leopards were solitary, but now they're
finding that the big cats aren't so solitary.
Also, we have 2 big cats, bobcats, at the
CuriOdyssey museum where I volunteer, and they are
always cuddling together in their habitat. They
didn't know each other when they came there, and
they came from different places in California, but
they want to cuddle together instead of being
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