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February 24, 2015 11:42 AM

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The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced today that the population of the endangered species Amur leopard is finally bouncing back. Although the number of the said species is not great, it is still showing good signs of coping up.

Amur leopard was tagged as ‘critically endangered’ in 1996. In 2007, there were just 14 to 20 adults Amur leopards and five cubs found according to census. This year, there are now at least 57 Amur leopard alive at the Leopard National Park in Russia. Aside from the animals found in Russia, there ar...

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