What is the endangered Specis Act for leopards?
Well, this depends on what species you're talking here. Snow leopards are a biggie within the Endangered Species Act, same goes for the armur leopard (a subspecies, also known as Siberian leopard, they're critically endangered). If you're talking the common species in general, leopards are listed as "near threatened" on the IUCN Red List.
As a species, the leopard is not considered endangered, but some subspecies, like the Amur leopard, are endangered, even critically so. The Amur leopard is endangered, mainly because of hunting and habitat loss, but leopards as a species are not endangered. The 2017 IUCN Red List classifies leopards as "Vulnerable" (one step down from "Endangered") with the caveat that the situation with subspecies is under review. Many folks, nevertheless, feel leopards are "endangered": Leopards are…
leopards are very powerful creatures, although acording to science all endangered species should be properly taken care of. In my opinion leopards dont bother my kind or hummans in any way unless you just are crazy and try to bond with one or get too close. hope this helps! -wolf-gal10 As a species, the leopard, Panthera Pardus, is listed as Near Threatened, not endangered. But, some subspecies, such as the Amur leopard, are endangered.