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After killing its prey, the leopard may drag the carcass up a tree to keep it from being eaten by other predators.
After killing its prey, the leopard may drag the carcass up a tree to keep it from being eaten by other predators. It is possible that the information for this behavior was given to it by its Creator, but did not become part of its lifestyle until after the Fall. The fur on leopards living in colder regions is thicker than the fur of those living in tropical regions.
Cheetah, jaguar, bobcat, lion, tiger, cougar, housecat
CLASS: Mammalia (mammal)
ORDER: Carnivora (meat-eating)
FAMILY: Felidae (cat kind)
GENUS/SPECIES: Panthera pardus
Size: 5–8 ft (1–1.5 m) long; Between 1–2 ft (0.3–.06 m) tall
Weight: 200 lbs (91 kg)
Original Diet: Plants
Present Diet: Birds, rabbits, rodents, monkeys, fish, reptiles, antelope, and jackals
Habitat: Deserts, forests, and savannas of Africa and Asia