Leopard Facts and Collective NounLeopards are not frequently found in cold, high altitude regions, but the Amur leopards are an exception. Their habitat spans the temperate, broad leaf forests and cold winters of the Russian Far East. They are sparsely distributed across Russia, China and possibly, Korea.
- A male Amur leopard weighs about 70-105 lbs (32-48 kg). Exceptionally large males can weigh in the range of 132-165 lbs (75 kg). The females being smaller than the males, weigh about 55-95 lbs (25-43 kg).
- can run at a speed of 37 miles per hour
- can jump 10 feet high vertically and 20 feet horizontally and are very good at climbing trees
- Amur Leopard is also known as the Far East Leopard, Manchurian Leopard or the Korean Leopard