And then there were six: One of last seven Amur leopard females shot in wild

When a species is as rare and endangered as the Amur leopard, every loss hurts. Last month's brutal slaying of one of the last seven Amur leopard females known to exist in the wild puts the species one step further to its (eventual?) extinction.

Link: Plenty Magazine - Catfight to the Death.

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