How many types of leopards are there in the world?

Leopards - over 30 subspecies of leopards

Location - Saharan Africa, Middle East (Iran, Pakistan), Asia (China, Indian, Indonesia, Nepal)

· African Leopard (Panthera pardus pardus) in Africa.

· Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) in the Russian Far East, northern China, and Korea.

· Arabian Leopard (Panthera pardus nimr) in Arabian Peninsula.

· Anatolian Leopard (Panthera pardus tulliana)

· Barbary Leopard (Panthera pardus panthera)

· Caucasian Leopard (Panthera ciscaucasica) in Asia.

· Common Leopard

· Indian Leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) in India, southeastern Nepal, and northern Bangladesh, and parts of Pakistan.

· Indo-Chinese Leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri) in Mainland Southeast Asia.

· Iran Leopard (Pathera pardus saxicolor)

· Javan Leopard (Pathera pardus melas) in Java, indonesia. ENDANGERED

· Melanistic Leopard also known as Black Panther in Malaya Peninsula.

· North China Leopard (Pathera pardus japonensis) in Northern China.

· Persian Leopard (Pathera pardus saxicolor) in Asia.

· Sinai Leopard (Pathera pardus jarvisi)

· Snow Leopard

· South Arabian Leopard (Pathera pardus nimr)

· Sri Lanka Leopard (Pathera pardus kotiya) in Sir Lanka.

· Zanzibar Leopard (Pathera pardus adersi)